This guide shows you how to wirelessly share your Windows PC screen to multiple Apple TVs simultaneously.
Mirroring your PC to other displays boosts collaboration and engagement by allowing everyone in the room to see what’s on your screen. This creates a seamless visual aid for presentations, meetings, class sessions and more.
The best way to mirror your Windows PC to multiple Apple TVs is with Ditto. Windows devices are not natively equipped with AirPlay technology that enables screen mirroring to Apple TVs. Ditto will allow you to screen mirror your Windows computer to one or more Apple TVs in seconds without wires or extra hardware. Better yet, Ditto works with popular Windows devices like the Dell XPS, HP ENVY, Microsoft Surface Laptop Go and many more.
How to use Ditto to screen mirror your Windows PC to multiple Apple TVs
A brief setup is required before you can begin. This should take about 10 minutes. First, you need to create a Ditto account (30-day free trial available).
Then, set up Ditto on the Apple TVs you want to mirror your Windows computer to and add each Apple TV as a receiver in the Ditto account portal. Learn how to do that here.
Once the Apple TVs are connected to your Ditto account, you will group them together as part of the same “Ditto room.” Follow the step-by-step instructions.
Now you’re ready to mirror your Windows computer to all your Apple TVs.
Open the Ditto Connect application on your Windows PC. If you do not already have the app, you can download it here (it’s free). Allow permissions for the app if prompted.
Make sure the Ditto Receiver application is open on your Apple TVs.
Enter the room code displayed on your Apple TV into the Ditto Connect application on your Windows computer and click “Connect.”
Click “Start Sharing.”
Your Windows PC will automatically mirror to every Ditto-enabled Apple TV.
To mirror a specific application and keep the rest of your desktop hidden, click “Specific Application” in the Ditto Connect window. Choose an open application from the list, then click “Start Sharing.” The application must not be minimized.