Chromecast, Made Easy! The detailed how-to guide that’s been written to cover all aspects of Google's Chromecast!
IF ALL THAT YOU WANT TO DO is to stream Netflix and YouTube videos to your big-screen TV, then you probably DON’T need this book. But if you want to learn all the extra techniques that will ensure that you get the most out of your purchase of Chromecast, you've come to the right place! Use Chromecast to its full potential with the topics outlined throughout this book! You'll learn all of the following and more:
• Use our thorough step-by-step guide to handle basic setup of your Chromecast.
• Get detailed instructions for casting your smartphone or your tablet, as well as your Windows or Apple Mac-based computer, to your big-screen display
• Learn how to cast files located on your computer's hard drive (such as pictures and personal videos) to your TV set via Chromecast.
• Learn how to mirror your entire computer screen to your TV.
• Learn to fine tune your settings to improve your video playback quality and reduce video jitter, lags, and delays.
You will find all of these topics and more covered in Chromecast Made Easy: A comprehensive step-by-step user guide. Let this book be the manual that should have come with your Google Chromecast!
Chromecast Made Easy comes from the pen of Edward Jones, the principal technology writer behind the "Tips, Tricks and Traps" series of computer books. Jones is an experienced computer and technology writer, database applications development analyst, consultant, and trainer who understands the issues faced by people dealing with technology, day in and day out. His career spans years of technology training, database development, and consulting services for major law firms and government agencies in the Washington, DC area, and he currently resides in Charlotte, NC where he is concentrating on providing publications to the rapidly growing digital marketplace. Jones is also a best-selling author whose printed titles have sold over one million copies, and he has served as a technical editor on numerous computer books.