Windows Insiders can now mirror their Android phone screen onto Windows 10 device. Microsoft introduces this new feature in Your Phone App back in October last year at Surface event. With this feature one can now show their Android Phone screen activity directly on Windows 10 device. Right now the feature is not available commercially as only Insiders can use it. However, Microsoft has planned to make this feature available to everyone in coming days.
The feature works in Windows 10 Build 1803 or newer plus Android Nougat 7.0 or newer. Beside the feature to work require Bluetooth with Low Energy Peripheral mode in your Windows 10 PC.
To Check whether your Windows device supports Bluetooth with low energy peripheral mode, Go to Device Manager>Bluetooth and right click on your Bluetooth device and select properties>Details. Now In the dropdown menu see whether the Bluetooth with low energy peripheral mode option value it true or false. If the option is true that means you device supports Bluetooth with Low energy peripheral mode.
If everything goes normal, then you can easily transfer or see you Android Phone Files like text or images right in your Windows 10 PC. All of this can be done without sending the file between devices.