Get your music, photos, and other files on your PC, phone, and tablet. The easiest way to get going is to start with the type of computer you have.

Windows 10

If your PC is running Windows 10, the Phone Companion app will help you get things set up so your content is automatically on your Windows 10 Mobile device—no cables needed! Plus, you can find out how to sync files to Android and iOS devices, too. And Phone Companion is free. Here's how to get it:

  1. Go to your PC and sign in.

  2. In the search box on the taskbar, type Phone Companion. Select the result to open the Windows Store. Or, go to https://aka.ms/getphonecompanion on your PC.

  3. Download and install Phone Companion.

To open Phone Companion on your PC, select the Start

Start symbol
button and then select Phone Companion, or search for Phone Companion from the search box on the taskbar.

The Phone Companion tile on Start

Other versions of Windows

There are apps you can download that’ll sync your phone and PC if you’re running a version other than Windows 10.

If you have a PC running Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 and want a modern, touch-enabled app, get the Microsoft Phone Companion in the Windows Store.

  1. Go to your PC and sign in.

  2. In the search box on the taskbar, type Windows Store.

  3. In the Windows Store, search for Phone Companion, and then download and install it.

If you have a PC running Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 and want a classic desktop app, download the Windows Phone app for desktop.

  1. Go to your PC and sign in.

  2. Go to this link to download the app: https://aka.ms/windowsphoneappdesktop

  3. After the file downloads, select Run to install the app.

Just want to move a few files over?

If you have a PC running Windows, plug your phone in to your PC and open File Explorer. Then drag files from your PC to your phone or vice versa. This works great if you just want to move over a few files.

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