Today, most mobile devices are equipped with Bluetooth. If you have a sensible modern Windows 10 laptop, it has Bluetooth. If you have a desktop PC, Bluetooth may or may not be built-in, but you can add it at any time if you want. If you have access to Bluetooth on your system, you can set it up and set it up as follows:
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To connect a device to your computer, make sure that it is Bluetooth activated. To do this, open your app settings by clicking Win + I and then clicking on the "Devices" category.
On the Devices page, select the "Bluetooth & other devices" tab on the left. On the right side, make sure that Bluetooth is set to "On".
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Alternatively, you can quickly turn Bluetooth on and off by opening the action Center (click "Win + A" or click on the "Action Center" icon in the system tray). You can enable Bluetooth from the Quick Actions panel here. The position of the Bluetooth icon may vary from system to system, depending on how you made the configuration.
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Pairing a Bluetooth device
Now If Bluetooth is turned on, turn on the device you want to pair and turn it on Pairing Mode or Discovery Mode.
On your PC, the device should appear in the list of other devices in the Settings window. Click on the device and click on the "Pair" button.
Depending on the type of connected device, a confirmation window may appear on both devices asking if you want to pair the device. Here I connected my phone to my PC and this window was opened to prevent anyone from being connected to your computer. Verify that the PIN is the same, and then click the Yes button.
Pairing a device that does not appear automatically
If your device does not appear for some reason, click Click the "Add Bluetooth or other device" button at the top of the Settings window ,
Next, select the type of device you want to connect to.
This should lead you to the same pairing routine that we discussed in the previous section.
Using your Bluetooth device to send and receive files
After your device is connected to your PC, you can use the wireless connection you have now set up. Mostly it should be automatic. For example, if you have a pair of Bluetooth headphones connected, Windows should recognize them immediately as a playback device.
If you have a phone or device connected that can send and receive files, you can start the Bluetooth File Transfer feature on the Bluetooth Settings page. Scroll down and click on the "Send or receive files via Bluetooth" link.
In the Bluetooth File Transfer window, select whether you want to send or receive files and follow the instructions.