Let us consider a situation that anyone we try to contact has an iPhone, and now because of that, we got into the peer pressure of buying an iPhone and eventually leading that to buy a MacBook.
Now you are stuck with a problem, which is that we spend our day on Windows 10. Now we spent the time to send messages with iPhone while working on aur pc that wastes our time. Now I have some method with which we will be able to send messages with our pc to directly on the iPhone.
Unfortunately, Apple doesn’t offer a cloud-based solution similar to Android, where you can load up a webpage and respond to texts. In fact, iMessage is a closed system requiring an Apple device. But there is a way to respond to iMessages on a Windows 10 PC without having to lift the iPhone: Chrome Remote Desktop.
We need a setup for such type of process, and it requires some of the system mentioned below:-
An iPhone x as the source messaging device.
A MacBook is serving as host pc.
A Windows 10 laptop as client pc.
We have complete access to Mac if and only if chrome remote desktop is running in the background, and we don’t even have to open Google chrome for this connection to work.
Now let us see how to text with iMessage on Windows 10.
1.) We need Google chrome, so install it if you don’t have it already.
2.) Sign in using your Google account.
3.) We need a chrome remote desktop, so install it from the chrome web store.
4.) When the installation is complete, enter chrome://apps in the address bar and click the icon of chrome remote desktop. We might need to scroll through several pages to find that icon. When found, add the shortcut icon on the Windows 10 desktop to make the process easy every time we need it.
5.) Move the mouse cursor to get a started icon, which is found under my computer, and press the left mouse key twice.
6.) When the macOS machine is visible on the provided list, then click on the MacBook option.
7.) And now enter the pin no. We created it on our MacBook.
After following all the above steps, we will have a window streaming our Mac’s desktop on Windows 10. There will appear a small box that shows that our desktop is currently shared with an email beside it, along with a stop sharing option.