Miracast is a modern-day wireless technology that helps display the screen of Windows 10 PC projectors, TV, monitors, and different streaming devices that are compatible with Miracast.
Many advanced PCs aid Miracast. This helps users of Windows 10 to make most of Miracast to do mirror cast screen of Windows 10 computer to their TV, projector, or monitor.
If you want to know whether your new Windows PC supports Miracast, then read on to know if your Windows 10 computer supports Miracast.
Follow the steps given below
- Open – Run command box by pressing Windows logo & R keys at the same time using your keyboard. Also, you can type run in the taskbar search box/search menu and hit the enter key.
- Type – Dxdiag in the run command box and hit enter to expand – DirectX Diagnostic Tool.
- In case you view the dialogue box saying – dialog with, “Do you want to check if your drivers are digitally signed? To check your drivers, Windows might connect to the Internet, but doesn’t send personal information about your computer” message, click the button – NO.
- In the tool window – DirectX Diagnostic Tool, click on the button – “Save All Information” and save your DxDiag text file on the desktop of your computer. Now, click the button – Save once you select the location .
- Go to the desktop or the place where you have saved the DxDiag file and then double click the DxDiag file to expand it in Notepad. In case the data doesn’t open in Notepad, then right-click it and click – Open with & then select – Notepad.
- Search for Miracast entry in the DxDiag file. In case the Windows 10 computer you are using supports Miracast, you will find the text, which is available beside Miracast.
Use Settings app to detect if your laptop comprises of Miracast
Open – Settings App
“ – System—Display. Here you will view all settings related to display .
In the section – Multiple displays, you can see the link – “Connect to a wireless display” in case your computer supports Miracast.