How to stream Windows on a Chromebook


Today we are looking at two ways to Stream a Windows computer on a Chromebook.  Please take note that both methods are paid,  as the company need to pay for the actual hardware and licenses.

The first method is with AppOnFly and the second is Shadow.

Please follow the video/audio guide as a tutorial where we explain the process step by step and use the commands below.

If you have any questions, please contact us via a YouTube comment and we would be happy to assist you!

If you have a Windows computer and you want to  share it's screen on your Chromebook, we recommened Chrome Remote Desktop.

1st Method:

2nd Method:
Commands Used:
1) sudo apt update
2) sudo apt install libnss3 libva-glx2 libva-wayland2 libgles-dev menulibre
3) wget https://update.shadow.tech/launcher/prod/linux/ubuntu_18.04/Shadow.AppImage
4) chmod 755 Shadow.AppImage 
5) ./Shadow.AppImage --disable-framerate-limit
6) menulibre


You can also install the mobile version here:

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