You can use theÂ Projecting to this PCÂ feature to have apps and content from another device show on your PC screen.
Projecting to this PCÂ uses theÂ Wireless DisplayÂ app to wirelessly project (mirror) a phone, PC, or Android device to the screen on your PC, and use its keyboard, mouse, and other devices too.
If you selectÂ Always allow, the device gets added underÂ Allowed DevicesÂ in the “Device Access List” for theÂ Wireless DisplayÂ app. If you setÂ Ask to project to this PCÂ toÂ First time only, then you will no longer get asked to project to your PC byÂ Allowed DevicesÂ after the first time.
If you selectÂ Always block, the device gets added underÂ Blocked DevicesÂ in the “Device Access List” for theÂ Wireless DisplayÂ app.Â Blocked DevicesÂ will not be allowed to project to your PC.
This tutorial will show you how to allow or block devices to project to your PC for only your account in Windows 11.