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To connect your Surface to another screen, you'll need a compatible cable and adapter. You can even connect to some displays wirelessly. 

Which cables and adapters do I need?

On your Surface

Find your Surface in this table to see what display output port it has. This will help you find the right adapter that connects to your external monitor. To find out which Surface devices can be upgraded to Windows 11, see Which Surface devices can be upgraded to Windows11?

My Surface device

Daisy chain support

External display/audio output port

Surface Pro 6
Surface Laptop 2

Yes

Mini DisplayPort

Surface Studio 2
Surface Book 2
Surface Book 3
Surface Go 2
Surface Go 3
Surface Laptop 3
Surface Laptop 4
Surface Laptop Go
Surface Laptop Studio
Surface Pro 7
Surface Pro 7+
Surface Pro 8
Surface Pro X with Microsoft SQ1 ARM Processor
Surface Pro X with Microsoft SQ2 ARM Processor

Yes

USB-C

Look at the video ports on your TV, monitor, or projector. Ports you usually see would include HDMI, DisplayPort, and VGA. This will help you determine what adapters and cables you need for your device, as they're often sold separately.

For the best results, we recommend the following types of connections:

  • If possible, use the same type of connection between your Surface or dock and your monitor before you use a display adapter.

  • If you can’t use the same type of connection, we recommend one of these types of connections (in order of best results): USB-C, DisplayPort (Mini DisplayPort), HDMI, DVI, VGA.

These adapters are recommended for use with your Surface:

Note: Surface display adapters are available in the Microsoft Store. 

If your external screen has a DisplayPort

Depending on which Surface you have, you'll need one of the following:

  • A USB-C to DisplayPort adapter and DisplayPort cable (sold separately) or

  • A Mini DisplayPort-to-DisplayPort cable (sold separately)

If your screen only has a Mini DisplayPort, you can connect a USB-C to HDMI adapter > HDMI cable > HDMI to Mini DisplayPort > your external screen. Keep in mind that the more adapters used, the more degraded the signal may get. 

If your external screen has an HDMI port

Depending on which Surface you have, you'll need one of the following:

  • A USB-C to HDMI adapter and HDMI cable (sold separately) or

  • A Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter and HDMI cable (sold separately)

Tip: For best results when using your Surface with a high-resolution monitor, we recommend using an active HDMI cable.

If your external screen has a VGA port

Depending on which Surface you have, you'll need one of the following:

  • A USB-C to VGA adapter and VGA cable (sold separately) or

  • A Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter and VGA cable (sold separately)

A VGA adapter and cable are for video only. Audio will play from your Surface speakers unless you've connected external speakers. For more info, go to Surface sound, volume, and audio accessories.

Make sure you have the correct cable(s) and adapter(s) for your devices. When you're ready, here's how to set it up:

  1. Plug one end of the video cable into the port on the external screen. Make sure that your TV, monitor, or projector is turned on.

  2. Connect the other end of the cable to the video adapter.

  3. Connect the other end of the adapter to your Surface. Make sure you're plugging in the right part of the cable to the right input.

    • If you're using a projector, make sure you connect any audio accessories.

For more info, or to troubleshoot your setup, go to Troubleshoot connecting Surface to a second screen.

You can connect to wireless displays when Windows detects one nearby. You can also use a Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter to connect to a screen using Miracast. For info on setting up your Wireless Display adapter, go to Using the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter.

When you're ready to connect wirelessly, here's how:

  1. On your Surface, select the Network icon on the right side of the taskbar, then select the Cast quick setting.

  2. In the list of displays and adapters, select the name of the wireless display or adapter that you want to connect to.

Tip: You can also use the keyboard shortcut (Windows logo key K) to connect to a wireless display.

If you have problems connecting your Surface or have questions about screen resolution, see Trouble connecting Surface to a second screen?

Once you've connected another screen to your Surface, you can choose what to display on each screen. Here’s how:

  1. On your Surface, select the Network icon on the right side of the taskbar, then select the Project quick setting (or just press Windows logo key + P).

  2. Choose one of the following options:

    • PC screen only: You’ll see everything on your Surface screen. (When you're connected to a wireless projector, this option changes to Disconnect.)

    • Duplicate: You’ll see the same things on all screens.

    • Extend: You'll see everything spread over all screens, and you can drag and move items between them.

    • Second screen only: You’ll see everything on the connected screen or screens, and your Surface screen will be blank.

You can also use the keyboard shortcut (Windows logo key + P) to change your options for the additional screen or screens.

How to use external screens with Surface

Use taskbars on all of your screens

After you have your second monitor or a projector set up to your liking, you might want to have more than one taskbar to make switching between apps and files easier on the desktop. Here's how to get taskbars on all of your displays and change how buttons appear on them.

  1. Select Search on the taskbar, enter taskbar, and in the search results, select Taskbar settings.

  2. Select Taskbar behaviors, then select the Show my taskbar on all displays check box.

  3. Next to When using multiple displays, show my taskbar apps on, choose one of the following options:

    • All taskbars: The taskbar buttons for all of your open windows will be duplicated on the taskbars on each display.

    • Main taskbar and taskbar where window is open: A taskbar button will appear on your main monitor and in the taskbar on the display where the window is open.

    • Taskbar where window is open: A taskbar button will appear only on the display where the window is open. None of the buttons will be duplicated on other taskbars.

Move apps between your screens

Connecting another monitor to your Surface is a great way to multitask. You can use one monitor for work (for example, running Office apps) and the other for play (chatting or music).

Once connected, use one of the following key combinations to move an app to the second screen:

To

Do this

Move Microsoft Store or desktop apps to another monitor.

Windows logo key + Shift + Right arrow
or
Windows logo key + Shift + Left arrow

You can also move a Microsoft Store or desktop app to another screen by clicking the title bar and dragging it to the other screen.

Move Microsoft Store or desktop apps to the left, center, and right on a monitor.

Windows logo key + Right arrow
or
Windows logo key + Left arrow

Use two apps side by side

Windows 11 makes it easy to use two apps side by side. For example, you can schedule meetings on your calendar while you respond to email, or record a lecture in class with Sound Recorder while you take notes in the desktop.

To use two apps side by side:

  1. Open an app that you'd like to use.

  2. Press and hold (or click and hold) the title bar and drag the app to one side of the screen.

  3. On the other side of the screen, select another app. It will appear next to the first app.

Related topics

To connect your Surface to another screen, you'll need a compatible cable and adapter. You can even connect to some displays wirelessly. 

Which cables and adapters do I need?

On your Surface

Find your Surface in this table to see what display output port it has. This will help you find the right adapter that connects to your external monitor. 

My Surface device

Daisy chain support

External display/audio output port

Surface Pro
Surface Pro 2
Surface Pro 3
Surface Pro 4
Surface Pro 5
Surface Pro 6
Surface Studio
Surface Laptop
Surface Laptop 2
Surface Book

Yes

Mini DisplayPort

Surface Studio 2
Surface Book 2
Surface Book 3
Surface Go
Surface Go 2
Surface Go 3
Surface Laptop 3
Surface Laptop 4
Surface Laptop Go
Surface Laptop Studio
Surface Pro 7
Surface Pro 7+
Surface Pro 8
Surface Pro X

Yes

USB-C

Surface 3

No

Mini DisplayPort

Look at the video ports on your TV, monitor, or projector. Ports you usually see would include HDMI, DisplayPort, and VGA. This will help you determine what adapters and cables you need for your device, as they're often sold separately.

For the best results, we recommend the following types of connections:

  • If possible, use the same type of connection between your Surface or dock and your monitor before you use a display adapter.

  • If you can’t use the same type of connection, we recommend one of these types of connections (in order of best results): USB-C, DisplayPort (Mini DisplayPort), HDMI, DVI, VGA.

These adapters are recommended for use with your Surface:

Note: Surface display adapters are available in the Microsoft Store. 

If your external screen has a DisplayPort

Depending on which Surface you have, you'll need one of the following:

  • A USB-C to DisplayPort adapter and DisplayPort cable (sold separately) or

  • A Mini DisplayPort-to-DisplayPort cable (sold separately)

If your screen only has a Mini DisplayPort, you can connect a USB-C to HDMI adapter > HDMI cable > HDMI to Mini DisplayPort > your external screen. Keep in mind that the more adapters used, the more degraded the signal may get. 

If your external screen has an HDMI port

Depending on which Surface you have, you'll need one of the following:

  • A USB-C to HDMI adapter and HDMI cable (sold separately) or

  • A Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter and HDMI cable (sold separately)

Tip: For best results when using your Surface with a high-resolution monitor, we recommend using an active HDMI cable.

If your external screen has a VGA port

Depending on which Surface you have, you'll need one of the following:

  • A USB-C to VGA adapter and VGA cable (sold separately) or

  • A Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter and VGA cable (sold separately)

A VGA adapter and cable are for video only. Audio will play from your Surface speakers unless you've connected external speakers. For more info, go to Surface sound, volume, and audio accessories.

Make sure you have the correct cable(s) and adapter(s) for your devices. When you're ready, here's how to set it up:

  1. Plug one end of the video cable into the port on the external screen. Make sure that your TV, monitor, or projector is turned on.

  2. Connect the other end of the cable to the video adapter.

  3. Connect the other end of the adapter to your Surface. Make sure you're plugging in the right part of the cable to the right input.

    • If you're using a projector, make sure you connect any audio accessories.

For more info, or to troubleshoot your setup, go to Troubleshoot connecting Surface to a second screen.

You can connect to wireless displays when Windows detects one nearby. You can also use a Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter to connect to a screen using Miracast. For info on setting up your Wireless Display adapter, go to Using the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter.

When you're ready to connect wirelessly, here's how:

  1. On your Surface, select action center  in the taskbar or swipe in from the right edge of the screen.

  2. Select Connect. In the list of displays and adapters, select the name of the wireless display or adapter that you want to connect to.

You can also use the keyboard shortcut (Windows logo key  +K) to connect to a wireless display.

If you have problems connecting your Surface or have questions about screen resolution, see Trouble connecting Surface to a second screen?

Once you've connected another screen to your Surface, you can choose what to display on each screen. Here’s how:

  1. Select the search box in the taskbar, enter project to a second screen, and in the search results, select Project to a second screen.

  2. Choose one of the following options:

    • PC screen only: You’ll see everything on your Surface screen. (When you're connected to a wireless projector, this option changes to Disconnect.)

    • Duplicate: You’ll see the same things on all screens.

    • Extend: You'll see everything spread over all screens, and you can drag and move items between them.

    • Second screen only: You’ll see everything on the connected screen or screens, and your Surface screen will be blank.

You can also use the keyboard shortcut (Windows logo key  + P) to change your options for the additional screen or screens.

How to use external screens with Surface

Use taskbars on all of your screens

After you have your second monitor or a projector set up to your liking, you might want to have more than one taskbar to make switching between apps and files easier on the desktop. Here's how to get taskbars on all of your displays and change how buttons appear on them.

  1. Select the search box in the taskbar, enter taskbar, and in the search results, select Taskbar settings.

  2. Under Multiple displays, select Show taskbar on all displays.

  3. From the Show taskbar buttons on list, choose one of the following options:

    • All taskbars: The taskbar buttons for all of your open windows will be duplicated on the taskbars on each display.

    • Main taskbar and taskbar where window is open: A taskbar button will appear on your main monitor and in the taskbar on the display where the window is open.

    • Taskbar where window is open: A taskbar button will appear only on the display where the window is open. None of the buttons will be duplicated on other taskbars.

Move apps between your screens

Connecting another monitor to your Surface is a great way to multitask. You can use one monitor for work (for example, running Office apps) and the other for play (chatting or music).

Once connected, use one of the following key combinations to move an app to the second screen:

To

Do this

Move Microsoft Store or desktop apps to another monitor.

Windows logo key +Shift+Right arrow
or
Windows logo key +Shift+Left arrow

You can also move a Microsoft Store or desktop app to another screen by clicking the title bar and dragging it to the other screen.

Move Microsoft Store or desktop apps to the left, center, and right on a monitor.

Windows logo key +Right arrow
or
Windows logo key +Left arrow

Use two apps side by side

Windows 10 makes it easy to use two apps side by side. For example, you can schedule meetings on your calendar while you respond to email, or record a lecture in class with Sound Recorder while you take notes in the desktop.

To use two apps side by side:

  1. Open an app that you'd like to use.

  2. Press and hold (or click and hold) the title bar and drag the app to one side of the screen.

  3. On the other side of the screen, select another app. It will appear next to the first app.

Related topics

Sours: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/surface/connect-surface-to-a-tv-monitor-or-projector-35c3aed4-f6c3-2767-d028-2c8ddbd2ee29

Connect to HDMI from your Mac

Mac computers can use an HDMI cable or adapter to connect to an HDTV, display, or other HDMI device.

       

Mac computers that have any of the following ports can connect to HDMI devices. Learn how to identify the ports on your Mac.

Mac computers that have an HDMI port comply with HDMI 1.4b and support:

  • At least 1080p video over HDMI, and some Mac models support higher resolutions when connecting to 4K displays, 5K displays, and Ultra HD TVs
  • 8-channel/24-bit audio at 192kHz, Dolby Surround 5.1, and traditional stereo
  • HDCP-encrypted playback from iTunes and QuickTime Player (version 10). Safari in macOS Sierra or later also supports HDCP-encrypted playback, if the web page is HTML5-enabled and the content is FairPlay Streaming-enabled and delivered using Media Source Extensions or HTTP Live Streaming.

If using an adapter, check the specifications of the adapter to learn about supported resolutions and other details. 

After making the connection

If your Mac doesn't recognize your HDTV, display, or other HDMI device after making the connection:

  1. Turn off the HDMI device while your Mac is turned on. 
  2. Unplug the HDMI cable from your Mac, then plug it in again.
  3. Turn on the HDMI device.

If the video on your HDTV or display extends beyond the borders of the screen, open Displays preferences and adjust the Underscan slider for a better fit. Use any of these methods to open Displays preferences:

  • Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click Displays.
  • Press Shift-Command-A to open the Applications folder. Then double-click System Preferences, then click Displays.
  • If your keyboard has brightness controls, press Option–Brightness Up or Option–Brightness Down.


If your HDMI device isn't receiving audio from your Mac:

  • Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Sound. In the Output pane, make sure that your HDMI device is selected.
  • If you're connecting using a Mini DisplayPort adapter, make sure that your Mac can send audio over Mini DisplayPort.
  • If you're connecting from a Mac mini, unplug any audio device that is plugged into your computer's Audio-Out port.

If your Mac goes to sleep while a video is playing or paused, you might see an HDCP error. Quit the app that is playing the video, then open the app again. If the issue continues, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Energy Saver and adjust the settings so that your display doesn't turn off.

Learn more

  • If your Mac has an HDMI port, you can use the Apple HDMI to DVI Adapter to connect to a DVI display.
  • Mac computers don't support using CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) to control HDMI devices.

Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Sours: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204388
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