The Projecting to this PC feature is a fairly recent addition to the Windows platform, and Microsoft has even set up a separate settings screen for this new feature if you have WiFi.

Which basically uses the Connect app to allow you to wirelessly connect a Windows phone or PC to the screen of your device, allowing for the use of its keyboard, mouse, and other devices in the process — a very handy productivity features to have, this.

You must be signed on as an administrator to enable or disable projecting to your PC.

Here’s how to go about it.

1. Open Settings.

2. Go to System, and then select the Projecting to this PC section from the left side of the screen.

3. A variety of options are listed here, including when other devices can project to your PC, and whether Windows should notify you when they do. You can even rename your computer here, and set up a PIN for pairing for added security.

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