How to Cast Windows 11 Desktop to Chromecast Enabled Devices

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You aren't limited to using the display of your Windows 11 computer. You can easily project the display to other systems like your TV. It is very simple to do this, and it will hardly take a minute. The best thing about this feature is that you don't have to mess around with HDMI cables. This tutorial will show you how to cast Windows 11 Desktop to Chromecast. You can do this by using Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome, and I will walk you through both methods.

Cast Windows 11 Desktop to Chromecast

The 'Google Cast' protocol allows users to project videos and music to Smart TVs and speakers. As long as a display is Chromecast-enabled, it can be easily projected onto.

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Google Chrome

Step-1: Open Google Chrome.

Step-2: Click on the three vertical dots at the top right corner of the browser window.

Step-3: Select Cast.

Cast Windows 11 Desktop to Chromecast

Step-4: A small window will appear as soon as you click on Cast. From the Sources drop-down menu, select Cast desktop. (Since I don't have these devices available, it says No devices found in the image below. It will be different for you)
Cast Windows 11 Desktop to Chromecast

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Step-5: Click on the device you wish your Windows 11 display to be projected onto.

BONUS STEP: If you wish to stop the casting, follow all the above steps, and in step-5, click on the device again.

Microsoft Edge

  1.  Open Microsoft Edge.
  2.  Click on the three horizontal dots at the top right corner of the browser window.
  3.  Hover your cursor on the More tools option.
  4.  Select Cast Media to device option.
    Cast Windows 11 Desktop to Chromecast
  5.  When the Cast tab opens, select Cast desktop and select your device.

I hope this helped. Let us know in the comments below. If you want to learn more about making the most out of your Windows systems, follow this link and check out more Windows tutorials.

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