Early years, Windows 10 can mirror the screen to any dongle or device (TV, Blu-ray player) that is compatible with the popular Miracast standard and later Microsoft's operating system can turn your PC into a wireless display. Click MiniTool to get more information.

If you have a small Windows 10 computer - such as the Intel Compute Stick - connected to your TV, now it can be turned into the Wireless Display for your phone or laptop.

When you mirror from a Windows 10 computer, you can extend instead of duplicating the screen. For example, when you send a primary email, you can play a movie on the receiving display. Just imagine such a scene that when you use a Windows 10 laptop, put it next to a phone and you can use the Windows 10 laptop as the second monitor on the road.

While most Wi-Fi-enabled modern devices are capable of transmitting Miracast signals, compatibility is at best unstable. And, sometimes even if you can connect, you have to try three to four times before the process works. Thus, please wait patiently.

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How to Turn Your Windows 10 PC into a Miracast-Capable Wireless Display

Before you mirror your Windows 10 screen to another device, you should convert your PC to a wireless display that supports Miracast. Here are the steps of turning Windows 10 PC into a Miracast-capable wireless display:

Step 1: In the lower right corner of the screen, open the Action Center, which is represented by the speech bubble icon and then click Connect.

click Connect

Step 2: Next click Projecting to this PC.

click Projecting to this PC

Step 3: When the settings window appears, select Available Everywhere or Available everywhere on secure networks from the top pulldown menu.

Step 4: Under Require projection to this PC,select First time only or Every time.

Note:
1. I recommend selecting First time only unless you are really worried that your phone will be cast to your computer by some rogues without your permission.
2. I recommend turning off Request Pairing PIN since anyway you must grant permission on the receiving computer.

Step 5: When the screen shows that another device wants to project to your computer, please click Yes.

Then, you have turned your Windows 10 PC into a Miracast-capable wireless display successfully.

How to Mirror Your Windows 10 Screen to Another Windows 10 Device

Now, you can start to mirror your Windows 10 screen to another device. Here is how to use the Screen Mirro feature on Windows 10:

Step 1: Open the Action Center and then click Connect. All available receiving devices and your other computer will be displayed.

Step 2: Select the receiving device. You may have to wait a minute or more to pair your device. You need to try again if it fails.

Tip: There are many options on the projection computer - PC screen only, copy, extension, and second screen only. You can choose from four standard projection modes. Additionally, you can connect to the receiver computer by allowing input from a mouse or keyboard.
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Final Words

It’s common to use Screen mirroring, and you want to mirror your Windows 10 screen to another device in many cases. To mirror your Windows 10 screen to another device, a very good internet connection is required, and the entire setup consumes a lot of data.

When you're working over a LAN, if you have a fast enough Wi-Fi connection or a wired connection, it's easy, you can easily mirror your PC's screen, or even use a different computer for control.

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