Bluetooth is a feature found on laptops which functions to transfer data from one device to another. On this occasion we would like to share information about how to activate bluetooth on a laptop on the Windows 7, 8 and 10 operating systems.
With the development of the world of technology, Bluetooth currently has several versions. Of course, getting here, the use of bluetooth is getting better and has higher access speeds than the previous version.
One of the reasons someone uses bluetooth on a laptop is because bluetooth is simpler and simpler than using a USB cable which incidentally is more easily damaged.
Currently your Flashdisk is in a damaged condition and cannot be read? Try reading the causes and how to fix them in this paper: How to Fix an Unreadable Flashdisk
However, even though it has an important function, there are still many people who don’t use Bluetooth on laptops. Whether it’s because you don’t know how to activate, use or otherwise. From there, below we will share how to activate bluetooth on a laptop.
Oh yes, before you activate bluetooth on the laptop. You have to check first whether your laptop is equipped with bluetooth features or not. The way to check is easy, here are the steps.
- Open Device Manager, how to access the Device Manager menu can be done by pressing a button Windows + X on the keyboard. Then select Device Manager.
- After that, you look for bluetooth in the list, then click bluetooth to find out if there are bluetooth devices that have been installed. If already installed, you will usually see the bluetooth series used.
If you have confirmed that Bluetooth is installed on your laptop, now you can activate Bluetooth by following the steps which we will explain below. However, if you don’t find bluetooth installed on your laptop, you can install the bluetooth using USB Bluetooth or by buying a bluetooth adapter which you can get at a computer store.
Do you want to speed up Windows 10 on a laptop? Try reading our guide on How to Speed Up Windows 10
How to activate Bluetooth on Windows 7, 8, and 10 laptops
There are 3 ways you can use to activate Bluetooth on the laptop. You can choose one of the three methods which is the easiest to do according to your techno friend. Okay, see our review until the end, bro!
1. How to Enable Bluetooth on a Laptop via the Settings Menu
The first way you can do to activate Bluetooth on a laptop is through the settings menu on the Windows operating system. Here are the steps.
- Open the menu Windows Settings.
- Then you can choose Devices.
- After that you can choose Bluetooth & other Devices. Then turn on bluetooth to be On.
In Windows 10, you can directly search in the search field with keywords Bluetooth & other devices only. Then activate the bluetooth.
Is your laptop currently hanging on Windows 7, 8, and 10? Try reading our guide on How to Overcome a Hang Laptop
2. Enable Bluetooth on the Laptop Through the Device Manager
It turns out that you can also activate bluetooth through the device manager. To access it, it is the same as the method we have described above. Do you still remember? If not, try reading again about how to open the Device Manager.
After Device Manager appears, then you can search Bluetooth that’s on the list. Then right click on the bluetooth, you will see several options that you can choose from. The next step is to choose Enable for activate the bluetooth feature. Done.
3. Enable Bluetooth on Laptop Via Keyboard Keys
The final step to be able to activate bluetooth on a laptop is to use the keyboard button. But unfortunately not all laptops do not have this feature. So, if your laptop doesn’t have this feature, you can only activate bluetooth on the laptop using the two methods above.
Then, how? First of all, you can find the bluetooth logo on the keyboard keys. To activate it, you only need to press the button. Usually the button is located on one of the buttons F1 to F12. After that, the bluetooth feature on your laptop will activate automatically.
That’s the information we can convey about how to activate bluetooth on a laptop on the Windows 7, 8, and 10. Hopefully this information can be useful for all of you. Thank you!