I have the same problem with a type-c to hdmi connection. Every time I restart windows I should unplug the cable and plug it in again to solve the problem. I think this issue is because of a vga driver update. It occurred after an update.
If your primary goal here is fake windows (and maybe some fun effects come Halloween), you definitely don't need an expensive 4K projector. Indeed, while higher resolution is critical for watching movies and TV shows, here it's not the most important factor.
Start the Open Remote Desktop connection, and drag the window to the bigger screen before you connect. This will open the desktop on that screen then, with the full screen size of that bigger screen.
Both of these window sizes have an aspect ratio of 16:9, spoken as 16 by 9. This is the ratio of width to height of the video image, or the shape of the rectangle you view. Sometimes this is called Widescreen, and was adopted to more closely mimic the movie theater experience for home viewers. Anecdotally, the original standard definition aspect ratio of 4:3 was adopted in the 1930s to mimic the movie theater experience of that era. When televisions became a more common household appliance, the theater industry moved away from the 4:3 aspect ratio to other wider formats in order to entice viewers to come back to the theaters.
This is usually not a problem, since you can configure your resolution in game to whatever you want and that will kick in when the game launches. If changing resolution in game isn't working, make sure your game is configured to use full-screen exclusive mode instead of borderless windowed mode.
Once you start a full-screen game, the streaming performance should go back to normal. If it doesn't, make sure your game is set to run on the NVIDIA GPU and that your game is set to use full-screen exclusive mode instead of borderless windowed mode.
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