Google Chrome For Mirroring A W10 Screen: Doable ?


  1. Posts : 268
    W7
       #1

    Google Chrome For Mirroring A W10 Screen: Doable ?


    Hello,

    Read something about being able to use Google Chrome to mirror one screen to another.

    I would like to mirror what is on my W10 pc screen to my iMac screen in "real" time.

    Willing to use Chrome as my default browser.

    Is this doable ?

    Thanks,
    Bob
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 27,669
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 21H1
       #2

    Hi Bob.

    Are you trying to project a video to second screen or are you trying to do support?

    Not sure about project device to device but support is achievable. Maybe it would be good enough for the projecting.

    I use Teamviewer. With it you can see real time what is on the other device.

    You can log on to their machine to see what is happening or they can log on to your machine and follow what you are doing.

    We have a tutorial on installing.

    How to Install and Use TeamViewer


    Ken
      My Computer


  3. Posts : 268
    W7
    Thread Starter
       #3

    From OP:


    Hi Ken,

    Thanks for help, as always.

    Am presently using the free VNC Viewer program.
    Works, for me, a lot better than Team Viewer, which was always kicking me off
    when i first tried it.

    VNC works like a charm.
    Use it to simply mirror to my iMac, and control, whatever is on my W10 pc.
    No videos.

    Was just curious about the Chrome option that i think, but am not sure, i read about
    that also (apparently) does the same ? Maybe ?

    Best regards, and stay well,
    Bob
      My Computer


  4. Posts : 27,669
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 21H1
       #4

    Yes Teamviewer can get fussy about free over use.

    I haven't tried VNC.


    When Teamviewer kicks me out, which hasn't happened since the start of the lock down, I fall back to Win 10's built in Quick Access.


    You to, stay safe
      My Computer


 

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