New Scientist article The latest version of Windows 10 will include USB tether support for USB-based devices, according to the latest version released by Microsoft.
In a post on the Windows 10 blog, the company confirmed the availability of USB tether functionality in Windows 10.
Windows 10 now supports USB tether for connecting devices to a PC via a USB-connected device, according the post.
Windows 8.1 introduced USB tether, which lets you use the USB-C port to connect devices to the PC.
The Windows 10 update adds USB tether to the Windows desktop for devices with USB-to-USB cables.USB tether is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows.