How To Cast Windows 11 or 10 Desktop To Chromecast?

Now, Windows 11 & 10 do not only allow you to share screens using an HDMI cable; you can also share or so mirror your desktop through the Chrome or Microsoft Edge browser. It’s similar to Apple’s AirPlay. “Google Cast” protocol also allows you to send videos and share the music over Wi-Fi to your smart TVs and speakers. The “Google Cast” technology is also built, then Google Chrome and Next Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser. That means you can now share your Desktop with any Chromecast-enabled display.

In this risewindows article, we will guide you through sharing your Windows 11/10 desktop to Chromecast.

How to Cast your Desktop with Google Chrome?

To cast your desktop with Google Chrome, then use the following steps:-

Step 1. Open the Google Chrome browser.

Step 2. After that, click the three-dot menu icon in the top-right and choose CAST in the menu.

Google-Chrome-CastStep 3. Next, click the Sources drop-down, and after select Cast Desktop.

Cast-desktopStep 4. Finally, click the device you’d like to cast your Windows desktop.

Cast-toThat’s it! Now your Windows 11/10 will start sharing videos/ audio to a wireless display. Then to stop casting, click the Google Cast icon in the toolbar and select the device again.

Stop-CastingHow to Cast your Desktop with Microsoft Edge?

Firstly, cast your Desktop with Microsoft Edge, do the following:-

Step 1. First, launch Microsoft Edge.

Step 2. Then, click the three-dot menu icon on the top-right and choose  Cast media to the device in the menu.

Microsoft-Edge-More-tools-Cast-media-to-device-2048x1461Step 3. Now next, click the Sources drop-down menu and select the Cast desktop option.

Edge-Cast-desktop-2048x1461Step 4. Then finally, click the wireless display device in the list.

Select-Wireless-display-device-2048x1461That’s it. Now your Window 11/10 will start on Microsoft Edge. Then select the icon of it and access the Internet on your Desktop.

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