Bigger is better, this phrase is apt when it comes to the full usage of your latest television with new specifications like Bluetooth, pen-drive port, USB port, etc. Why watch movies or presentations on a compact screen of a computer/laptop screen when you can link it to your modern TV and have a better view of movies, pictures or files. More convenient not only for you, but for others who have to squeeze in to get a glimpse of the computer screen.
Read the Following Steps
- Place your laptop or PC near the television or close enough to reach via the High-Definition Multimedia Interface cable (HDMI). Make sure that both your computer and TV are turned off.
- At the back of your computer is an HDMI socket. It looks a bit like a USB socket but isn’t rectangular. It will be labeled ‘HDMI’. The HDMI cable is the same at each end. It doesn’t matter which end you plug into your computer.
- There’s a flap on the front, side or on the back near the power cable of your TV. Under it, you’ll find all sorts of buttons and input sockets. Plug the other end of the HDMI cable into the TV via the HDMI socket you’ll find under the flap.
- Turn on your TV using the ‘AV’ button on the remote control to select the AV input ‘PC’.
- Turn on your computer and it will now carry out a ‘handshake protocol’ with your TV, it will feed information to the computer about the format it needs in order to accept videos. You will see the information from your computer appearing on your TV screen. You may need to agree to a couple of changes on your computer. Your TV is now your computer screen. Select the ‘Full screen’ option on your computer.
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Source: “Adria Richards“