In previous versions of Windows, sharing folders was a rather difficult task. In Windows 10, sharing just got a lot easier. Some of the sharing options in Windows 10 give users full control (e.g. read and write).
The Share function is widely used in places where the number of users is high, such as offices, workplaces, etc.
In this article, we will follow some steps on how to share a folder in Windows 10:
Right click on any folder you want to share and click "Properties".
For example, right-click the "Sharing" folder and click "Properties" in a subdirectory.
In the Sharing Properties window, click on the “Sharing” tab.
In the "Sharing network files and folders" section, click "Sharing".
Enter the names of the people you want to share this folder with. After adding it to the list, click "Share".
If you want to control read and write access to this folder while sharing, click "Advanced Sharing" in the "Sharing Properties" window.
Activate the check mark that says “Share this folder” and click on “Permissions”.
Enable the check mark next to "Full Control".
Now, change the permissions on the "Security" tab to provide full control of folders when sharing.
If the "Security" settings are not changed, the one with the fewest accesses in "Sharing" and "Security" will be considered during sharing.
Click on the "Security" tab. To change the permissions, click "Change".
Enter "All" in the object names and click "OK".
Note: There are several predefined object names in Windows. For more information on object names, click the “examples” link.
In the Usernames section, select "Everyone". Enable the check mark next to "Full Control".
Click "OK" to complete the whole process.