As a Windows 10 user you might often want to mirror the screen of your mobile device, or that of another computer, to your Windows 10 computer. While this may seem like a complicated operation it actually is quite simple. Windows 10 has simplified the entire process into a small number of steps. Here’s how to mirror the screen to a monitor in Windows 10.
Open The ‘Action Center’
First, click on the ‘Action Center’ icon located at the bottom right corner of your computer screen resembling a speech bubble. This will open up the 'Action Center' Menu.
Click On ‘All Settings’
Next, from the 'Action Center' click on the ‘All Settings’ option. This will open the 'Settings' Menu.
Click On ‘System’
From the 'Settings' Menu, click on ‘System’. This will open up the 'System' Menu.
Select ‘Projecting To This PC’
From the Settings Menu, select the ‘Projecting to This PC’ option. The associated menu will open in the right window panel.
Select ‘Available Everywhere’
From the menu which appears, select ‘Available Everywhere’ or ‘Available Everywhere on secure networks’ option.
Select ‘First Time Only’
From the ‘Ask to Project to this PC’ drop-down menu, select ‘First time only’ or ‘Every time a connection is requested’ option. This ensures you are asked each time a device wants to mirror its screen to your PC.
And you are done! Next time when a device on the same network as you want to connect to your Windows 10 PC, you will simply have to click ‘OK' on the alert pop-up which appears.