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How to Cast Videos from Website To Your TV From Microsoft Edge

If your are Windows 10 user with Th2 10586 Build Microsoft Edge can cast media to MIracast and DLNA-enabled devices. This isn’t compatible with Google’s Chromecast, but it can be used for similar purposes. 

Before you can use this, you’ll need a Miracast or DLNA-enabled device. If you don’t see any available devices when you try to stream, you may need to buy one — or enable the feature on a device you already own. 

Windows 10 already allowed you to cast your entire desktop to a Miracast device or stream media to DLNA devices, but Edge’s new casting support allows you to cast just your browser.

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This won’t work with protected media content like Netflix and Hulu. However, it will work with YouTube and many other video websites. It will also work for music-streaming websites, web -based presentations, photo galleries, and all sorts of other media content you might want to stream.

To start streaming, just head to the web page you want to stream in Microosft Edge. Click or tap the menu button and select “Cast media to device”. You’ll see a list of nearby MIracast and DLNA devices you can use. Select a device and start casting.

How to Cast Videos from Website To Your TV From Microsoft Edge

In some website there is another trick you can try to successfully Cast  videos.
Example Kissanime.to  I have found a way to cast their video..

1.You need to "Enable Device Player"

2. Now we Enabled Player Mode Click EDGE option "Cast media to device"

3. Select your DLNA or Miracast Device

Now your Favorite Anime is on your Big Screen.

If you have a DLNA device, you can cast local media files to it. Right-click or long-press a media file, point to “Cast media to”, and select the option.

There’s also a “Cast to Device” button in the Movies & TV app included with Windows 10. Other Windows 10 apps may include a button for this — that’s up to each individual app developer.

I tried and tested it works..

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