Microsoft Edge Browser is a new version of Internet Explorer. It is the built-in browser on every Windows PC. Even though it is a built-in browser, only a few are using the Edge as a go-to browser. lack of customization options and poor UI is the main reason for this. If you are one of the few, you can cast your browser to a TV via Chromecast. Follow the below steps to the Chromecast Microsoft EDGE browser to the TV.
- Google Chromecast
- A TV with HDMI port
- Windows PC
- WiFi connection
- Updated Edge Browser
- Turn on your Chromecast and connect it to the HDMI port of the TV.
- Connect your PC and Chromecast to the same WiFi network
Note: Microsoft Edge doesn’t have Cast support by default. You need to use the Chrome browser for the casting process. Still, you are desperate enough, follow the below steps to Chromecast Microsoft Edge browser.
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Steps to Chromecast Microsoft Edge browser
1: Open the Google Chrome browser on your PC.
2: Click the three-dotted icon on the top right of the screen.
3: Choose the Cast option on the list of options displayed.
4: Your Chromecast device will be displayed. Click the Sources drop-down button and tap Cast Desktop.
5: Now, click on the Chromecast device to cast the entire desktop screen.
6: Click the Share button to confirm the casting process.
7: When the casting is successful, minimize the Chrome browser and open the Microsoft Edge browser on your PC. It will be cast to your TV via Chromecast.
8: If you want to stop the casting process, open the Chrome browser and click the Cast icon.
9: Your Chromecast device will be displayed. Tap on it to stop the casting process.
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In this way, you can Chromecast Microsoft Edge to your TV. Literally, you are not casting the Microsoft Edge Browser, you are mirroring your desktop screen thereby using the Edge browser. If you have any doubts about the casting process, mention that in the comments section.