Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter App Available on Windows Store, Download Now

By: Radu Tyrsina
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A few hours ago, we were presenting the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter and why it’s better than other rival products like the Chromecast. Now we’re pointing you to the app that has been made available for download. Read more below.
Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter App Available on the Windows Store Download Now
Microsoft has recently made available the official application for the new Wireless Display Adapter. By using it, you can get settings and firmware updates for the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter. The app is very basic, allowing you to name your Dispaly adapter, adjust the edges of your TV or monitor to show all of your display content. Also, you can enable the pairing mode.

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Also, from inside the app, you can change the TV or monitor language  and set a password to lock the adapter. So, if you’re looking to buy a Wireless Display Adapter or if you already own one, then this is a must-have.

The app is available in the following languages – English (United States), Chinese (China), German (Germany), Spanish (Spain), Japanese (Japan), French (France), Russian (Russia), French (Canada), Danish (Denmark), Finnish (Finland), English (India), Italian (Italy), Korean (Korea), Dutch (Netherlands), Norwegian (Bokmål) (Norway), Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Swedish (Sweden), Chinese (Taiwan), Thai (Thailand), Spanish (Latin America and the Caribbean).

It will work on x86, x64 and ARM processors. Follow this link to download the free app from the Windows Store.

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