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You could buy a miniature PC for your TV, like a cheap stick PC, and stream to it over VNC. You can connect to your GNOME session over VNC pretty easily from Windows or any operating system with a VNC client. (Note that this doesn’t currently work with Wayland, but from the GNOME login screen you can click the gear icon and select GNOME on X to make it work.)

You could buy a miniature PC for your TV, like a cheap stick PC, and stream to it over VNC. You can connect to your GNOME session over VNC pretty easily from Windows or any operating system with a VNC client. (Note You’ll find free VNC clients for every operating system with a little research.

Note that this doesn’t currently work with Wayland, but from the GNOME login screen you can click the gear icon and select GNOME on X to make it work.)work.

You could buy a miniature PC for your TV, like a cheap stick PC, and stream to that you connect over HDMI. You can operate it over VNC. with a cheap Bluetooth keyboard/mouse combo.

Once you have a PC for your TV, you can do just about anything., You can connect to your GNOME session over VNC pretty easily from Windows or any operating system with a VNC client. You’ll find free VNC clients for every operating system with a little research.research. Maybe you’d want to install Fedora on your new stick PC?

Note that this doesn’t currently work with Wayland, but from the GNOME login screen you can click the gear icon and select GNOME on X to make it work.