Whatsapp is a popular messaging app, which enables you to connect with your friends and business people online. There is no doubt that the platform is one of its kind and unique. Ever since Whatsapp has become a trend in many Western countries and Asia, many people want to run Whatsapp on the web.
We are going to show you how to use multiple Whatsapp accounts on your Windows-based PC.
How to Use Multiple WhatsApp Accounts In Windows 10?
No need worry, you don’t have to download any substantial programs like Android Emulator (Bluestacks, Droid4X, and more). We are going to use web browsers and run multiple accounts.
We are going to use two methods for this technique to work.
*1 Web Browser Technique
The very step is to download a Web Browser “Chrome, Mozilla, Opera, and any other browser.”
Step 1: Launch the Chrome Browser and head straight to the Web.Whatsapp.com ( http://web.whatsapp.com/ )
Step 2: Now open your Whatsapp on your smartphone and scan the code, now you have the first Whatsapp account on your Web browser.
Step 3: Now open Incognito Mode or Private mode in your browser “Control+Shift+N” for Chrome browser.
Step 4: Now use the link and go the website we have provided.
Step 5: Scan the code, and you will be able to use second Whatsapp on your Web Browser.
Step 6: Now launch Microsoft Edge and go to Web.Whatsapp.com, then you will have one more Whatsapp account on your Windows PC.
*2 Multiple Whatsapp Apps
If you want to run the apps on your Windows 10 PC, then there are a couple of things you have to download and install. If your sole purpose is to run Whatsapp, then download GBWhatsapp and NoxAppPlayer. The both files combined will be the only 120MB in total.
Download NoxAppPlayer, Download GBWhatsapp.
NoxAppPlayer is an Android emulator, which is light and runs on Android KitKat 4.4, which runs incredibly smoothly on an Intel-based processor.
Step 1: First Install NoxAppPlayer (AMD-Processors cannot run Android Emulators)
Step 2: Sign in to your Google account in the player.Go to the play store and Install the Whatsapp in the NoxAppPlayer.
Step 3: Go to the play store and Install the Whatsapp in the NoxAppPlayer.
Step 4: Go through the setup process of the Whatsapp.
There is nothing to worry about the GBWhatsapp because it developed from the official version of the Whatsapp and there are more functions and capabilities are present in the custom version, and the performance will not be reduced or slow down your Windows PC.
Step 5: It’s time for you to install the GBWhatsapp. Just drag and drop the GBWhatsapp in the NoxAppPlayer and you can proceed as usual.
Step 6: Setting up is straightforward, and you don’t have to spend learning about it because the name might be different but the Interface and Functions remain the same.
Moving to the third Whatsapp app.
Did you know that in the playstore that is an app that lets you clone your existing app called Cloner, which is developed so that you can use multiple apps without any issues.
App Cloner is an Android app, which is developed to enable you to Install and run multiple apps without any restriction, which is why we are going to use the App Cloner in this case.
Step 6: Go back to the app store and search for App Cloner.
Step 7: Now Install the App Cloner and clone the official Whatsapp, which will allow you to run one more Whatsapp on your Windows PC.
Step 8: Go through the setup process, or you can skip it as well.
Step 9: Now you will be able to Clone any app of your choice and run multiple applications on your Windows PC.
You can also do the same thing with the Bluestacks android emulator but the file size of the program is above 300MB, and the program requires you to run the latest hardware with 4GB RAM and 512MB dedicated graphics.
Which is a requirement that many of you cannot fill.
As we have shown you, in few simple steps you can Install and Run three Whatsapp via a Web browser, GBWhatsapp and Android emulator. There are tons of other options but all we have to say is that these are the most simple and easy to implement methods. Shoot your opinions and experience in the comment section below,