Samsung released the Quick Share program for Windows in April 2023; it has since been updated to the most recent Windows version (v1.4.40). With this update’s help, customers can use Quick Share’s advantages on a larger variety of devices.
Thanks to the Samsung Quick Share App, Samsung Windows computers and Android phones or tablets can share files wirelessly and without interruption. Users may easily share a variety of content with other devices, such as images, movies, and documents.
Previously, the software was only accessible through Samsung laptops, which annoyed Samsung mobile phone customers who used PCs from other manufacturers. This circumstance has been altered by the most recent update, which is excellent news for Samsung customers.
The program now supports Intel Bluetooth/Wi-Fi-enabled Windows PCs made by other firms, according to Samsung’s changelog. Users may now install the Quick Share software on laptops and desktops that aren’t Samsung products, making it easier to transfer files between their smartphones and tablets and other Windows-based devices.
It’s vital to remember that Samsung Quick Share only works with Windows devices with Intel network cards. For compatibility, the following requirements must be met:
- Operating System: Windows 10 Version 2004 (19041) or later
- Bluetooth Driver: (Intel) Version 22.50.02 or later
- Wi-Fi Driver: (Intel) Version 22.50.07 or later
These requirements ensure optimal performance and compatibility when using Quick Share on Windows devices.
With the expanded availability of the Quick Share application, Samsung users can now enjoy a seamless file-sharing experience across a broader range of Windows PCs. This update signifies Samsung’s commitment to enhancing user convenience and connectivity, allowing users to transfer files and share content between their devices effortlessly.