How to Disable Shared Experiences in Windows 10 with Group Policy
The Shared Experiences feature in Windows 10 allows you to start a task on one of your devices and finish it on another device running under the same Microsoft Account. It also includes an ability to connect your phone to manage task via a companion app.
Starting with Windows 10 version 1607 "Anniversary Update", Windows 10 includes a new feature that allows apps on your device to communicate with other devices and open the same apps on them. This will allow you to continue your work faster when you change your device. This feature provides synchronization between apps installed on your Windows 10 PC and other devices, saving your time.
When enabled, Near Share allows the user to send and receive content with anyone else who is nearby by using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi Direct. It is possible to specify the folder which will store the received files. Let's see how it can be done.
Near Share is a new feature of Windows 10, available starting with Windows 10 build 17035. It allows the user to send and receive documents, pictures, archives, videos and other files to other devices with Windows 10 using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Here is how it enable this new feature.
A new feature was discovered in Windows 10 Creators Update. The upcoming feature update for Windows 10 is getting an additional sharing option called "Near Share". Here is how it seems to work.