How to Mirror Windows PC to Roku

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Enable Screen Mirroring on Roku

First, you have to make sure screen mirroring is enabled on the Roku device you want to mirror your Windows computer to. Let’s walk through the steps to do that.

  1. Select “Settings” in the menu on the left side of your Roku home screen.
  2. Choose “System” on the Settings screen.
  3. Select “Screen Mirroring” on the System screen.
  4. Highlight “Screen Mirroring Mode” and then choose the screen mirroring mode for this Roku device. Choose “Prompt” if you want to receive a prompt whenever someone tries to mirror a device to this Roku. Additionally, you can choose “Always Allow” to always let devices mirror to this Roku automatically. Finally, you can choose “Never Allow” which won’t let anyone mirror a screen on your Roku device.
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Steps to Mirror Windows PC to Roku

Now, with screen mirroring enabled on your Roku device, let’s walk through the steps to mirror to Roku from your Windows PC.

  1. Click the “Notifications” icon in the notifications area on the lower right side of your Windows home screen. The Notifications icon looks like a speech bubble. The Notifications window appears on the right side of the screen.
  2. Click “Connect” in the table on the bottom part of the Notifications menu. The Connect window appears. Available Roku devices will populate in the Connect menu.
  3. Click the name of the Roku device you want to mirror your Windows screen to. A pairing screen appears briefly on your Roku screen, and after a few seconds your Windows PC screen appears on your Roku screen.
  4. Click “Disconnect” in the bar along the top of the screen at any time to stop mirroring your Windows PC to your Roku.
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