Miro Displays Driver

Posted By admin On 31/01/22
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If you’re working on a Windows 10 PC and want the apps and content from another screen to show on your PC screen, you’ll want to consider mirroring that device‘s screen or projecting it to your PC. Note that you’ll need a device that supports Miracast. Here’s how to mirror another screen or project to your PC:


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  1. Select Start > Settings > System > Projecting to this PC.

  2. Under Add the “Wireless Display” optional feature to project this PC, select Optional features.

  3. Select Add a feature, then enter “wireless display.”

  4. Select it from the list of results, then select Install.

  5. After “Wireless Display” is installed, manage your projecting preferences on the Projecting to this PC page in Settings.

  6. On the PC you’re projecting to, launch the Connect app by entering “Connect app” in the search box on the taskbar.

  7. On the device you’re projecting from, go to the screen mirroring settings (sometimes called cast settings), and select your PC to connect to it. If you’re projecting from a PC, you can also select Windows key ( )+ K and select the PC you’d like to connect to.

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