If you’re like most people, you have at least one Bluetooth device that you use regularly. Maybe it’s a wireless mouse or keyboard, or maybe it’s a speaker system. No matter what the device is, chances are you’ll need to pair it with your computer at some point. In this blog article, we’ll teach you how to pair a Bluetooth device with Windows 10. So without further ado, let’s get started!
While Bluetooth has been around for many years, it has only recently become popular in the consumer market.
A Bluetooth is a wireless communication device that uses radio waves to connect devices together. Bluetooth allows for a variety of different types of devices to be connected, including but not limited to: keyboards, mice, headsets, speakers, and a whole bunch more, which can be paired with your PC. In order to do this, your PC needs Bluetooth. Some PCs have Bluetooth built-in, like laptops and tablets. If your PC doesn’t have Bluetooth, you can insert a USB Bluetooth adapter into the USB port on your PC.
To find out if your computer has Bluetooth installed,
Select Start > Control Panel > Hardware & Sound > Device Manager (Under Devices & Printer) > Bluetooth
When you click on Device Manager, a pop-up window will appear with the option to add Bluetooth. If no Bluetooth is mentioned in the system list, you may install a third-party USB Bluetooth Dongle.
You should start connecting devices after checking that Bluetooth is installed. To find out if your system has this capability, look for an icon or go onto the manufacturer’s website and see whether they offer support through it. An icon showing Bluetooth support should be shown for devices such as a mouse or headset. If so then you’re good to proceed!
Now to Pair a Bluetooth device with Windows 10
Click Settings > Devices > Bluetooth on your Windows 10 PC. When your gadget appears in the Bluetooth browser, press Pair. Select Yes to ensure that the passcode fits both the system and the computer. Wait a few seconds as the two systems are connected.
Finally, Your Bluetooth device will be shown paired in “Other device” under “Bluetooth & Other Devices”.