How to Use your Windows 10 PC as a Portable Monitor

Do you have a Windows 10 tablet or laptop? With the Windows 10 latest update allows you to turn your Windows 10 PC into a portable monitor with touch, pen, mouse, and keyboard support.

How to use Windows 10 PC as a Portable Monitor

Having multiple screen real estate is really important for productivity. It allows you to work on multiple documents, spreadsheets, and other tasks at the same time. If you have a spared Windows 10 tablet or laptop, you can use that as an additional display by using a feature named “Projecting to this PC” introduced in Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

In this article, we will walk you through how to set up your Windows 10 tablet or laptop as a wireless display receiver.

  1. Preparing your Windows 10 Tablet or Laptop
  2. Configuring your Windows 10 Tablet or Laptop as a Wireless Display Receiver
  3. Projecting your Main PC to a Configured Windows 10 Wireless Display
  4. Enable Remote Mouse, Keyboard, Touch, and Pen Input
  5. Change Projection Mode
  6. Disconnect the Projection