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If you need to share content from your browser in Windows 10 directly with other devices in your home, then perhaps there is hope. With the new update to the operating system of Microsoft, the company will provide the opportunity audio, video and photos from the Edge to be shared with a TV or a similar device which is connected to the same Internet network as your computer.

For this to be possible, it is necessary gadgets you share content to support DLNA standards or Miracast. More modern televisions and Xbox One such devices they should not have a problem.

However, there are two things that need to be addressed – DRM-protection materials can not be shared with another screen TVs, so services like Netflix will not be able to take advantage of the new functionality. The other is linked to actual update – for now it is only for those people who are part of Windows 10 Insider Preview program, so it will take time to reach all other users.

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