How to Stream Games from Your Nvidia GTX Powered PC to Any Chrome Browser


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The gaming industry has found another new way to let you play games from your powerful PC on other devices…but this time, all you need is the Google Chrome browser.

Nvidia’s GeForce Experience app, which enables a ton of extras for its GTX graphics cards, is testing a new feature that lets you share your games with friends over the internet. This feature works by streaming a game on your system through the web to any Chrome browser. If your friend wants to try out the latest version but has a PC with older hardware – or even a Mac – you can invite them via email and they can start playing right away.

This Nvidia feature even works with co-op experiences. You and your friend or family member can play simultaneously for two player games. The only limitations are that only one person can stream at a time and sessions are limited to one hour. But you can do as many sessions as you want.

If you have a GTX GPU, here’s how:


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  1. Download and install GeForce Experience beta here.
  2. Start the application and click on the arrow of the “Share” button at the top right.
  3. Enable sharing.
  4. Launch the game you want to share, press Alt + Z to bring up the in-game Share menu.
  5. Hover over the “Stream” option.
  6. Then click on “Send invitation”.
  7. Enter the email address of the friend you want to invite, then tap send.

From there, the guest will need to access their email to accept the invitation and go through a process to install a particular Chrome plugin. But that’s it – once installed, Chrome should stream the video without issue.

Keep in mind that this type of streaming will require a decent internet connection and you’ll likely experience lag if one or both people don’t have the bandwidth.


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