How can Win10 project a TV screen? Operation method for Win10 screen projection TV

With the continuous development of technology, screen projection technology has become an indispensable part of our lives. When we need to transfer images from a Win10 computer to a TV, screen mirroring technology provides a convenient way. This article will provide a detailed introduction to the methods of Win10 screen projection television, helping you understand different types of screen projection technologies and how to achieve the best screen projection effect.

Screen projection technology refers to the technology of transferring the image from one device to another device for display. On Win10 computers, common screen projection technologies include wireless and wired screen projection. Wireless projection includes DLNA, Miracast, etc., while wired projection requires the use of cables such as HDMI or VGA for connection.

Win10 Wireless Screen Projection Method

  1. Using DLNA screen mirroringDLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) is an open projection technology standard that supports multiple device platforms, including Win10. Through DLNA, you can stream music, video, and pictures from your Win10 computer to a DLNA enabled TV or projector.

    (1) Open the Win10 computer and ensure that it is connected to the same Wi Fi network as the TV or projector. (2) Find the multimedia file that needs to be projected on the computer, right-click and select “Play to Device”. (3) In the pop-up device list, select your TV or projector to project the screen onto the TV.

  2. Using Miracast for screen mirroringMiracast is a wireless projection technology that supports Android and Windows devices. Through Miracast, you can transfer images from a Win10 computer to a Miracast supported TV or projector.

    (1) Open the Win10 computer, press the “Windows+P” key combination, and click “Extend” in the pop-up display mode. (2) Ensure that the TV or projector supports Miracast and turn on the wireless display function of the device. (3) Find the “Projection” icon in the bottom right corner of the Win10 computer, click and select “Connect to Wireless Display”. (4) In the list of searched devices, select your TV or projector to project the screen onto the TV.

Win10 wired screen projection method

If you need a more stable picture transmission quality, or if the TV does not support wireless connection, then wired projection is a good choice. By connecting via cables such as HDMI or VGA, you can transfer the picture from a Win10 computer to a TV.

(1) Purchase an HDMI or VGA cable, with one end connected to the HDMI or VGA port of the Win10 computer and the other end connected to the HDMI or VGA port of the TV. (2) Open the software or video file that requires screen mirroring on a Win10 computer. (3) Press the input selection button on the TV remote control and select the corresponding input source (such as HDMI 1 or VGA 1) to project the screen onto the TV.

4、 Common problems and solutions

When using screen projection technology, you may encounter some common problems. Here are some solutions to common problems:

Unable to search for connected devices: Please ensure that your TV or projector supports the projection technology used (such as DLNA or Miracast), and check if the devices are already connected to the same Wi Fi network. If the devices are not on the same network, you can connect by manually entering the device’s IP address. Unstable connection: Unstable connection may be caused by network issues or device compatibility. Please try restarting the device or changing the network environment to resolve the issue. If the problem persists, please check if the device is compatible with the screen projection technology used. Poor picture quality: If the picture quality is poor, you can try adjusting the parameters in the display settings, such as resolution, color, etc. Additionally, please ensure that your Wi Fi network speed is fast enough to support high-quality image transmission.