Facebook Live Streaming is Now Available For Desktop Users

The Social media giant Facebook live streaming was made
possible on mobile last year to the masses and it has really helped a lot of
people globally but  was not enabled for
PC, laptop or desktop computer users – so if you really want to do a live
stream, you had to do that through a phone or a

tablet.

Not until now, the company took to their news room to
announce that starting from today, people around the world can broadcast live
video to Facebook from their desktop or laptop computers.
Facebook says that such devices can offer a stable camera
setup that can work wonders for certain content types – for example Q&As,
vlogs, or tutorials.
How to Go Live on Facebook From Desktop Computers?
To get started on your live broadcast from a computer, click
“Live Video” from the top of your News Feed or Timeline, then
follow the prompts to add a description and choose your audience.
The function should be available today for everyone using Facebook.
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  1. Hello, my tecno l8 lite doesn't open most applications on my phone (fb messenger, Instagram,zoto etc) it keeps saying network error. Tried different networks still no positive change,even called the network providers and they refreshed my lines. And no change yet. Please what do I do
    Thank you!

    • Hello winnie
      go to settings>>apps>>open indiviual apps one after the other, clear chache, clear data cache but don't touch google play store and google play services.

      Once you are done, reboot your device and try to connect it to any available network. Let us know if it work

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