Miracast in windows 10
If you’ve ever had to give a presentation at a remote office or training center, you’ll be familiar with the mess and tangle of cables that you need to carry, and know that your laptop will be resolutely static in one place throughout your presentation. Miracast (previously referred to as Wi-Di) allows a laptop or tablet with compatible hardware to connect wirelessly to a compatible projector or display. This hands-free approach means you can present while carrying a tablet, such as a Microsoft Surface, and at the very least remove one lead from your bag.
You might have guessed that Miracast requires your PC and the projector/display you’ll be using to be compatible. You can check the manufacturer’s documentation that came with your device to see if Miracast is supported.