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How to Install and Uninstall Wireless Display in Windows 11

In the past there was no function to view our content on an external device. Later, technology improved and we could finally connect our PCs to other hardware via cables. Today Microsoft has made it possible to connect Windows to external devices wirelessly. Now we can easily project our images, videos and other media onto a monitor or smartphone. However, connecting to a wireless display in Windows 11 is only an optional feature. Therefore, you need to install a program before transferring your content to external devices. This article is about how to Install and Uninstall Wireless Display in Windows 11.

At one point we all wondered if we could connect external devices to our computer’s display. Well, the wireless display feature allows us to do that. It can be added to Windows 11 as an optional feature. Wireless Display allows other devices to connect to the computer and project their screens. You can even use the input devices connected to your computer to operate the projected screen. Below we have mention the steps to use Wireless Display in Windows 11.

How to Enable and Use Wireless Display in Windows 11

How to enable Wireless Display on Windows 11

  • First of all, you need to launch Start Menu and choose the Settings option.
  • Now you’ll be taken to the settings Window. Choose Apps from the left pane and choose ‘Optional features’ from the right window.
  • Look for the ‘Add an optional feature’ option and press the ‘View Features’ button near it.
  • You’ll see an ‘Add an optional feature’ pop-up on the screen. Type ‘Wireless Display’ in the search bar and you’ll see it in the suggestions.
  • Check the ‘Wireless Display’ checkbox and press the Next button in the pop-up.
  • An install button will appear on the screen, click it and the installation process of the Wireless Display feature will begin on your Windows 11 PC.
  • Wait for some time until the installation is complete. Then you’ll see the ‘Installed’ remark in the recent actions tab.
  • Now you will have to restart your PC so that the changes are applied and you can use the Wireless Display feature.

How to use Wireless Display in Windows 11

  • Now you need to access the Wireless Display feature in Windows 11. Search for “Projection Settings” in the Windows 11 search bar and select the first result to access it.
  • The “Project to this PC” window will open on the screen and it will mention “Always off (Recommended)”. Change this option and set it to Available Anywhere or Available Anywhere on Secure Networks.
  • Next, select the option “Launch the Connect app to project to this PC”.
  • Finally, you will be able to connect your television or smartphone to this and it will be visible in the Connect window on the screen.

How to Uninstall Wireless Display feature from Windows 11

  • Click the Start menu icon on the taskbar and choose the ‘Settings’ option.
  • Click the ‘Apps’ option in the left pane of the Settings Window and then choose ‘Optional features’ from the right pane.
  • Keep scrolling to reach the ‘Wireless Display’ feature and open the drop-down next to it.
  • Finally, choose the ‘Uninstall’ option to uninstall Wireless Display from Windows 11 PC.

Final Words

We hope our article on how to use and uninstall wireless display in Windows 11 PC will help you and resolve all your problems. Do you want to mirror or project your Android phone to your computer, or connect your laptop to TV wirelessly? If this is the case for you, you need to install Wireless Display on your computer. If you want to know how to use it then follow the steps mentioned above.

I hope you understand this article, how to Install and Uninstall Wireless Display in Windows 11.

James Hogan
James Hogan is a senior staff writer at Bollyinside, where he has been covering various topics, including laptops, gaming gear, keyboards, storage, and more. During that period, they evaluated hundreds of laptops and thousands of accessories and built a collection of entirely too many mechanical keyboards for their own use.


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