Wi-Fi Direct, or Miracast, is used to link the laptop to the TV in this case. This necessitates the use of a smart TV that supports Wi-Fi Direct screen mirroring. Wireless screen mirroring must also be supported by your laptop. This functionality should be supported by most modern computers. You may find out by looking up the features of the processor your laptop utilizes on the internet. Both devices can connect directly to each other thanks to Wi-Fi Direct.
Select Screen mirroring as the source using the TV remote. It will display a screen with the name of the television channel. Press the Windows key on the laptop and type in ‘Settings.’ Then go to ‘Connected devices’ and choose ‘Add device’ from the drop-down menu. All of the devices you can mirror to will be listed in the drop-down menu. When you choose your TV, the laptop screen will begin to reflect to the TV. The name of the TV is also preserved in the linked devices list, making it simple to connect the laptop to the TV in the future.