Owners of Microsoft's Wireless Display Adapter should be on the lookout for a new app update for Windows 10. The update offers some unnamed fixes and improvements for the app, which helps to control the device that can project a notebook, tablet or smartphone display on a big TV.
The app's version number is now 22.214.171.124. One tipster told us that the new version works better with his Lumia 650 smartphone. If you do notice anything interesting or new with this update let us know about in the comments!. You can get the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter, which also works with any Miracast-based smartphone or tablet, at the Microsoft Store for $49.99.
Thanks to Jacob for the tip!
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