Screen Projection – How to project an iOS device onto a Windows computer?

If you want to project your iPhone onto my Widows 10 computer and cannot find a suitable method, take a look at this method to help you easily achieve screen projection from your iPhone, iPad, MacBookPro to Windows 10 computer.

1、 Sender settings: iPhone/iPad/MacBookPro does not require downloading or installing any software. When projecting the screen, the IOS device swipes downwards from the top right corner to open the control center and activate the “screen mirroring” of the IOS system; Open the control center for the OX S device, turn on “Screen Mirroring”, and make appropriate settings in the bottom left corner of the “Preferences” tab (add your Windows 10 computer) to complete.

2、 Receiver settings: The Windows 10 computer side downloads and installs the AirPlay Screen Mirroring Receiver through the Microsoft Store. After successful installation, opening it will display the words “Successfully started device name: (local computer name)”, indicating that the computer side is ready for screen projection.

Then turn on the iOS device AirPlay screen projection function “Screen Mirroring” or “Space Play” to find the name of the Windows computer device and cast the screen.


The advantage of this solution is that the sending end is clean and does not require the installation of any additional applications. The Windows 10 computer only downloads and installs software from the Microsoft Store, which not only has a small program size, less resource consumption, but also high security. The downside may be that it is not possible to reverse control the sending device through the computer, but I feel that this is not a big problem for me.

Although the process of implementing the above application may be a bit convoluted, the application solution itself is very simple, and even a novice like me can easily master it. Therefore, I won’t use the image above, just let this application and sharing “simplicity first” to the end.