How does 'connect to network projector' work in Windows 7?
Posted on 2012-09-17
I share an office with a few other people and we want to install a projector that any of us can project to from our Windows 7 Pro computers without having to connect cables. I see that Windows 7 supports network projectors so that seems to be the answer, but I was not able to find much info on how the built-in ability to connect to a network projector works. For example, normally when you connect to a projector using a vga cable, it shows up as a second display on the PC and you can choose if you want to duplicate your main display or use it as an extended desktop. Is the network projector similar? Can you project anything on your display (i.e. could I show just my desktop) or does it only work with programs like PowerPoint?