How to Use Windows 10 to Project Your Screen to a Different Display

This video informs you of the options for connecting your device to a second display using Windows 10. Depending on the age of the devices available, you can connect to a second screen by a VGI, DVI, HDMI, or Mini Display Port. As you will see, the easiest way to project the screen is by pressing the Windows and P buttons simultaneously, and then selecting how you want to project your image. The options available are PC screen only, Duplicate, Extend, and Second screen only. You will want to choose the PC screen only option if you only want the image shown on your device and not the second display. You choose the Duplicate option if you need to see the same image on both displays. You may want the Extend option if you want the image extended on the second display so that you can use both images as a single desktop, giving you the ability to move windows from one screen to the other. With Second screen only, you will only see the image on the projected screen of choice. To remove the second screen option, simply disconnect from the second display or choose the Windows and P buttons again, and select the PC screen only option.