Intel WiDi Media Share is a discontinued software application that allowed users to wirelessly stream media from their PC to a compatible TV or device. The software was developed by Intel and was primarily used on Windows-based PCs. Intel WiDi Media Share was released in 2013 and was later discontinued in 2015, with the functionality being integrated into Intel’s Wireless Display (WiDi) technology.
Wirelessly stream media from PC to compatible TV or device.
Supports Windows-based PCs.
Compatible with Intel’s Wireless Display (WiDi) technology.
Easy to use and set up.
Wireless streaming allows for more flexibility in device placement.
Supports a wide range of media types.
Discontinued in 2015.
Limited device compatibility.
Some users experienced stability issues.
While Intel WiDi Media Share was once a popular software application for wireless media streaming, it has since been discontinued and is no longer supported. Users looking for similar functionality may want to consider Intel’s Wireless Display (WiDi) technology or other similar software applications.