Microsoft's Project My Screen PC component available for download
If you've been itching for a chance to play with the new Project My Screen feature from Windows Phone 8.1, the PC program you need to get it started is now available from Microsoft's servers. You can download the installer right here (opens in new tab)
The program seems easy to use. Simply make sure you have all your drivers sorted, install the program on your computer, and run it while your Windows Phone 8.1 device is plugged in. There's already a good bit of chatter about this feature in our forums, so be sure to jump in and add your take on things, too.
Source: @qmatteoq Via: WMPoweruser
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2. Create "how to videos" for WP 8.1.
3. Play games on a bigger display.
4. Quick presentations.
Install the app, reboot the PC once the installation has been completed.
Now, open up the app from desktop and then connect the USB.
If there is no prompt on the screen go device manager (right click start menu, there should be an option), DO NOT unplug the USB from the phone.
At the bottom there will be a section called "universal serial bus devices" Uninstall all the drivers that are linked to your phone. Once they disappear, disconnect your phone. Now, close the app on the desktop and launch it again. Then connect the phone via USB. You should have the prompt on your phone now. If you are stuck at any points feel free to reply to my comment.
I hope it works for you as easily as it did for me.
I want my money back.
You're not missing much
It's pretty glitchy though - MS definitely need to work on it some more!
I've problem about office on my Lumia 720.
PPTX i copied yesterday on memory via PC.
And after that i check on my Lumia, but the PTTX disappear.
Im very confused, is the office till unsupported memory card?
b) is very limited in interface flexability
c) is totally missing main features that are a required as minimum
d) is so away from android and ios and is a completely different INEFFICENT way. There is NO app for windows (phone windows can't be remotely logged from a PC windows, you gotta be kiddin me...) that can be used to type in the NOKIA LUMIA 920 Microsoft Phone Windows.