There are various ways to view the content on the computer screen on larger displays such as television sets. One of the most common method is to connect the two devices through a cable and set the big screen as a second monitor.
Mind the pre-requisites
Chromecast App from Google eliminates the cables and streams certain content on the computer wirelessly; but keep in mind that in order to achieve this a Chromecast device needs to be connected to the television set.
Installing the product is a simple procedure that requires almost no effort from the user. As soon as this completes the application proceeds to establishing the wireless connection between the computer and the TV.
This is a simple task that can be completed by any user, thanks to the wizard-based configuration that offers guidance for choosing the wireless network, connecting to it and setting a name for the Chromecast device.
Start casting the content
Once all the configuration is completed the user is ready to “cast” content to the big screen. Not all applications support the “casting” feature, though, but there should be no worry about web content via Chrome browser.
A new option becomes available in the web browser, allowing the current tab to be “cast” to the Chromecast device, which, in turn, renders it on the larger display it is connected to.
Simple content streaming from PC to a TV screen
Working with the Chromcast App for Windows is quite simple, thanks to the built-in assisted configuration and the integration with Chrome browser as well as other applications.