WhatsApp is the long-awaited version of the eponymous mobile messenger for the Windows operating system. Messenger gained great popularity among the owners of various portable devices and firmly established itself in the "tops" of digital content stores, so that the release of the desktop version was just a matter of time.
The first thing you need to know about WhatsApp for Windows is that it only works with the mobile version. You won't even be able to enter the program without a mobile device, as you will need to read the QR code from a device that already has a mobile WhatsApp installed. After the authorization stage has been successfully completed, the application will automatically synchronize all your groups and chat history. That's all, now you can use your favorite messenger on your PC.
The computer version can do almost everything a mobile client can do: create new chat groups, share files, use stickers in messages, block users and group contact lists. All data is automatically synchronized with the portable device, so you can put your smartphone or tablet away at any time and continue the dialog on your computer. But there are some drawbacks in the decompression version. The most annoying of these is that WhatsApp for Windows only works with the latest version of this operating system. It will only run on Windows 8 and above.
- is a desktop version of the mobile messenger of the same name;
- To authorize in the program it is required to scan a QR code as a mobile client;
- automatically synchronizes the chat history and group history between devices;
- allows you to use almost all the functions of a mobile client;
- only works on "fresh" versions of Windows.