In an effort to make Windows 10 PC and Android smartphones work together, Microsoft launched a feature that allowed Android users to send webpages to their Windows 10 PC from their Android smartphone. The process was fairly simple — you needed to install the Your Phone Companion app from the Play store, link your phone to your PC, and then click on the ‘Share’ option in Chrome, tap on “Continue on PC,” it’d then send the webpage to your PC.

The “Continue on PC” is now gone. Instead, you now have the “Your Phone Companion” option on the Chrome share sheet. Sending webpages to your Windows 10 PC will now require you to tap on the “Your Phone Companion” option. The change is also visible in Firefox and Microsoft Edge. However, if you’re using Edge on your Android smartphone, you’re least bothered about the change as you have a dedicated option, clicking on which will send the webpage of your choice to your PC.

Interestingly enough, if you’re running Android 9 or older, you’re unlikely to see the change, meaning that the “Continue on PC” is the option on which you’ll need to tap in order to send webpages to your PC.

Google Chrome on Android also lets you send webpages to your other devices and that includes Windows 10 PC, Mac, iPhone, and any other Android smartphone.