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How 2 add a Bluetooth device in windows!

How 2 add a Bluetooth device in windows!

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HOW2 ADD A Bluetooth device in Windows:


1. **Turn on the Bluetooth Device:** Ensure the Bluetooth device you want to connect to your Windows computer is turned on and in pairing mode. Refer to the device's manual for specific instructions if needed.


2. **Open Settings:** Click on the Start button in the bottom-left corner of your screen, then click on the gear-shaped icon to open "Settings."


3. **Go to Devices:** In the Settings window, select the "Devices" option.


4. **Click on "Bluetooth & other devices":** In the Devices menu, on the left sidebar, click on "Bluetooth & other devices."


5. **Turn On Bluetooth:** If Bluetooth is not already enabled on your PC, toggle the switch to turn it on.


6. **Click "Add Bluetooth or other device":** Under the "Bluetooth & other devices" section, click on the "Add Bluetooth or other device" button.


7. **Select "Bluetooth":** A new window will pop up. Choose "Bluetooth" as the type of device you want to add.


8. **Search for Devices:** Windows will now start searching for nearby Bluetooth devices. Your device should appear in the list of available devices.


9. **Select Your Device:** Click on the name of your Bluetooth device in the list.


10. **Pair the Device:** Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the pairing process. This often involves entering a PIN code if prompted. If your device doesn't require a PIN, you might just need to confirm the pairing on both your PC and the Bluetooth device.


11. **Complete the Setup:** Once the pairing is successful, Windows will notify you that the device has been connected. Click "Done" or "Finish."


12. **Test Your Connection:** Ensure the Bluetooth device is working correctly by using it as intended, whether it's a keyboard, mouse, headphones, or any other type of accessory.


That's it! Your Bluetooth device is now connected to your Windows computer. Remember that the specific steps and options may vary slightly depending on your Windows version, but these general steps should apply to most recent versions of Windows.

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