Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter Gets Updated for Windows 10 Users

By: Radu Tyrsina
2 minute read

Microsoft has released a fresh update for the Wireless Display Adapter for Windows 10 users. This seems to be a minor update, but it brought a new user interface which makes things seem more fluid on Windows 10.

Wireless Display Adapter updated for Windows 10 users

This fresh update also makes the app to be based on the Universal Windows Platform but it’s not yet available for Windows 10 Mobile devices, but this should be changed with another future minor update, most likely. If you don’t have a Wireless Display Adapter, go ahead and read this article to know more about it.

Here are the main specs of the device, as well:

  1. Easily connectJust plug the USB and HDMI from the Wireless Display Adapter into your HDTV or monitor, connect, then mirror or extend your screen and enjoy. The Wireless Display Adapter delivers a reliable connection with up to a 23-foot range.
  2. Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ Miracast® Technologythe Wireless Display Adapter uses Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ Miracast® technology, so you’re not limited to certain apps or content streaming; you can display everything from your device on an HDTV or monitor. The Wireless Display Adapter is also an Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi) certified adapter and works with 2-in-1s and tablet devices with Intel WiDi capability.
  3. Dimensions – HDMI Adapter Length: 3.46″ / 88mm, Cable Length: 13.1″ / 332mm

Furthermore, if you have been plagued by various problems with your Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter in Windows 10, then you might wanna check out a guide we have compiled to help you with that.

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