How to turn your Chromebook into an external monitor

Most Chromebook owners also have a PC or Mac waiting in the wings for when they need a traditional desktop experience. But your Chromebook doesn’t have to sit idle when you’re working on your other computer. You can repurpose it as an external monitor. And no, you don’t have to go fishing for long-lost cables, it can all be done wirelessly — similar to Apple’s Sidecar feature for iPads

The following guide will walk you through the process and before you know it, you’ll have your dual-screen setup up and running in no time. 

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