Your Phone app supports drag-and-drop file transfer between Samsung phones and Windows 10 PC
Since Microsoft abandoned the Lumia series of mobile phones, it has been very close to Android mobile phone manufacturers as Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy S6 a few years ago was pre-installed with many Microsoft applications. Not only that, but Samsung mobile phones also are the only one that supports Microsoft’ new features. It is also the mobile phone that supports the display of Rich Text Messages (RCS) in the “Your Mobile” application. At the moment, Samsung phones have acquired a new exclusive feature of Microsoft, file drag and drop file transfer.
A post in the Microsoft Community Forum details this feature. The post mentions that if you want to use this feature, you need to open Link to Windows (version 1.5 and above) on your Samsung phone, which is an integrated feature of Samsung.
The specific use process is very simple, first, open “Your Phone” on the computer (of course this is Windows 10 operating system), then find the Phone Screen function, and then use the mouse to long-press on “album” and “my files” to be transferred from a Samsung application, and then drag them to your computer.
At present, this function supports the transfer of up to 100 files at a time, and the size of each file should be less than 512MB. Folder dragging is not supported, and multiple transfer tasks cannot be performed simultaneously.