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Windows Phone does not support this kind of use natively.

There are a few apps which mimic this kind of behaviourbehavior but require companion apps on each PC and so are a more complex solution.

The "Windows Phone" answer would be to adopt the "3 screens and the cloud" approach and transfer files via the web. Windows Phone users get 7GB (no longer 25 GB) of storage on SkyDriveOneDrive so why not use it?

Windows Phone does not support this kind of use natively.

There are a few apps which mimic this kind of behaviour but require companion apps on each PC and so are a more complex solution.

The "Windows Phone" answer would be to adopt the "3 screens and the cloud" approach and transfer files via the web. Windows Phone users get 7GB (no longer 25 GB) of storage on SkyDrive so why not use it?

Windows Phone does not support this kind of use natively.

There are a few apps which mimic this kind of behavior but require companion apps on each PC and so are a more complex solution.

The "Windows Phone" answer would be to adopt the "3 screens and the cloud" approach and transfer files via the web. Windows Phone users get 7GB (no longer 25 GB) of storage on OneDrive so why not use it?

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Windows Phone does not support this kind of use natively.

There are a few apps which mimic this kind of behaviour but require companion apps on each PC and so are a more complex solution.

The "Windows Phone" answer would be to adopt the "3 screens and the cloud" approach and transfer files via the web. (WindowsWindows Phone users get 25GB7GB (no longer 25 GB) of storage on SkyDrive so why not use it?)

Windows Phone does not support this kind of use natively.

There are a few apps which mimic this kind of behaviour but require companion apps on each PC and so are a more complex solution.

The "Windows Phone" answer would be to adopt the "3 screens and the cloud" approach and transfer files via the web. (Windows Phone users get 25GB of storage on SkyDrive so why not use it?)

Windows Phone does not support this kind of use natively.

There are a few apps which mimic this kind of behaviour but require companion apps on each PC and so are a more complex solution.

The "Windows Phone" answer would be to adopt the "3 screens and the cloud" approach and transfer files via the web. Windows Phone users get 7GB (no longer 25 GB) of storage on SkyDrive so why not use it?

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Windows Phone does not support this kind of use natively.

There are a few apps which mimic this kind of behaviour but require companion apps on each PC and so are a more complex solution.

The "Windows Phone" answer would be to adopt the "3 screens and the cloud" approach and transfer files via the web. (Windows Phone users get 25GB of storage on SkyDrive so why not use it?)