Welcome back to your Chromecast Review course.
This is Part 3 of your online education class.
You learn a bit more about a low cost product that makes your HD TV display stuff from the screen of your computer, cell phone, or tablet.
This is one of the best online courses about Chromecast.
If you have not started at the beginning of your educational review about Chromecast, please visit and read Part 1 and Part 2 first. Here is Part 3...
Now…when I open my Chrome web browser, there is now a little icon at the top-right of my web browser window. Whenever I click that little icon, whatever is displayed in my Chrome browser window is displayed on the screen of my HD TV.
"take a look at the green arrow in this image...it shows you where the Chromecast button should be located"
I am very happy with this setup. So far, everything I send (cast) to my HD TV displays very, very, clear with sound and audio. I can easily watch YouTube videos and Netflix videos.
"after your adapter is setup, whatever is in your Chrome web browser is sent to your TV...in this image, the green arrow is pointing to the Chromecast icon"
This type of setup may or may not be a big deal for you. I like it because my HD TV screen is bigger. The audio on my TV is better than my laptop speakers. There are no connection wires anywhere at all.
In addition, all of this only cost me around $35.00. I already had Netflix and YouTube is currently free.
"HDTV displaying Chromecast using laptop"
You can easily take classes at my online school with only your cell phone, laptop, or tablet. My setup is simply an added and optional convenience.
At my online film academy, Netflix will become your best friend because you should watch other movies for more ideas and screenwriting techniques. You need access to lots of movies without spending lots of money.
The best way to use Netflix and my film school is to find movies you like and then find the actual film script (screenplay) as a free download from the Internet. Now you can see exactly how scenes are written in the screenplay and then watch those scenes on Netflix.
As time goes on, EducateZap students will finish their first films and they will soon be posted on EducateZap’s Official YouTube channel (opens in a new window).
I really enjoy film making (watching and creating movies). I prefer to watch YouTube videos on the biggest screen possible without spending thousands of dollars.
You have reached the end of your online education for Chromecast Review 3 – Part 3.
Please continue with your online classes free and review Part 1 and Part 2 of this cool digital media streaming adapter.
By the way, you can always click here for official Google Chromecast info.Online Education › Online Education Reviews › Chromecast Review 3 - Part 3
Welcome to your Online Classroom for this online class: