Windows: Pushbullet added a new feature to its Windows app today. Now you can right-click on a file to send it to any of your devices that have Pushbullet installed.
Most of us probably only use the Pushbullet browser extension to send links and files between devices, but the Windows app now adds the ability to send files from the right-click menu. You can send it to any device that has Pushbullet set up, which includes other Windows computers. Unlike Dropbox, it won’t share to every single computer you have set up, which may make it more useful when you just need to move a file to one other computer.
Pushbullet Windows App Gets Right-Click File Push Capability [Android Police]
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