Windows 10 has the ability to mirror your screen to any dongle or device (ex, streaming box, TV) compatible with the popular Miracast standard since its launch in 2015.

Sharing is caring: here's how to share your screen in Windows 10 (with or without the internet). When you're done, check out the latest scoop on Windows 11.

Windows 10 mirroring? How to make Windows 10 into a wireless Miracast display: 1. Open the action center. (It's represented by the speech bubble icon in the lower right corner of the screen.)

2. Click Connect. 3. Click Projecting to this PC. (A settings window will appear.) 4. Select "Available Everywhere" or "Available everywhere on secure networks" from the top pulldown menu.

5. Select "First time only" or "Every connection request" under "Project to this PC." I recommend "First time only" unless you're scared of a burglar projecting your phone. You must authorise the receiving PC, thus disable "Require PIN for pairing." Your PC can only receive projection requests when connected.

Windows 10 screen to another Windows 10 device 1. Open the action center. 2. Click Connect. A list of available receiving devices appears, and your other computer should be on it.

3. Choose a receiver. Device pairing may take a minute or more. Retry if the connection fails. 4. Turn "Allow input" on to let the receiving device operate your PC's keyboard and mouse.

5. Click "Change projection mode" and select "Extend" from the menu if you want to use the wireless display as a second desktop. 6. When you're done, click Disconnect.