Does Windows 8.1 have wireless display?

Does Windows 8.1 have wireless display? 

Wireless display is available in new Windows 8.1 PCs – laptops, tablets, and all-in-ones — allowing you to display your full Windows 8.1 experience (up to 1080p) to large wireless display-enabled screens at home and work.

Does Windows 8.1 support Miracast? 

Miracast is a peer to peer wireless screencast standard formed by a Wi-Fi direct connection similar to Bluetooth or WiDi that Microsoft is supporting under Windows 8.1.

How do I mirror my Windows 8.1 to my TV? 

On your computer
  1. On the compatible computer, turn the Wi-Fi setting to On. Note: It is not necessary to connect the computer to a network.
  2. Press the. Windows logo + C key combination.
  3. Select the Devices charm.
  4. Select Project.
  5. Select Add a display.
  6. Select Add a Device.
  7. Select the model number of your TV.

How do I install wireless display on Windows 8? 

Follow these steps:
  1. Swipe from the right edge of the screen to open charms and select Devices.
  2. Click Project.
  3. Click Add a wireless display.
  4. Select your Intel®Wireless Display receiver (in this example, the Actiontec 9F75).
  5. Enter the code displayed on the TV to connect and share, then click Next.