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Bluetooth file transfer made harder in windows 10

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#1 fred93


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Posted 26 May 2016 - 11:58 AM

I just was forced to upgrade to windows 10 (no kidding-my pc just started downloading 10 while I was working on some documents in Word) Anyway I have been playing with 10 to see what I like and don't like. Right off the bat I starting getting a notice in the taskbar that my Bluetooth was not going to work with 10. So I bought a new mini bluetooth that plugged into the usb port like the old one. The new mini stated that all I needed to do was plug it into a usb port and it would work, Not really!  There was a certain amount of intense work involved to "PAIR" two pc together and to get my "flip" phone to be able to send pictures to my pc.


Used to be that when I was using win 7   I just got my phone out and sent the pictures to my pc. NOW I have to get my windows 10 pc READY to RECEIVE the files. Again, why a longer process as opposed to win 7.


Thanks again MICROSOFT!


Is there anyway to change this??? 

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