7 Simple steps to Install Bluetooth in Windows® 7
If you have trouble in frequently uploading data from a DVD or Flash drive into your Windows 7 OS, then it is time that you shifted to the Bluetooth advantage of transferring files.
Bluetooth is a wireless connection that allows you to connect to a device and exchange information. E.g. you can listen to music with a Bluetooth headset, which exchanges the music files wirelessly with your Window 7 OS.
"Always make sure that your Bluetooth Connection is turned off when not in use."
If you are new to the Windows 7 OS and are not sure on how to install a Bluetooth connection, then you can follow the steps mentioned below:
- Bluetooth software is pre-installed in Windows 7, which means that you don’t have to install another application to enable the Bluetooth service. If you are using Windows 7 for the first time then it will automatically detect the Bluetooth device and allow you to use the device.
- If Bluetooth is not pre-installed, then you can connect a Bluetooth device such as a Bluetooth radio to initiate the installation of Bluetooth.
- Click on Windows 7 ‘Start Menu’ and select ‘Control Panel’
- Click on ‘View Devices and printers’ in the ‘Hardware and sound’ tab.
- Right click on ‘Bluetooth Device’ and select the ‘Settings’ option from the menu.
- Select ‘Allow Bluetooth devices to find this computer’ in the ’Discovery’ tab.
- In the ’Connections’ tab choose the configuration settings for Bluetooth according to your convenience.
With these steps you will be able to install a Bluetooth connection in Windows 7 without any hassles. Make sure that you configure the settings of the Bluetooth device, such as terminating the connection when the file transfer is over.
So now you can go ahead and try it for yourself. Enjoy the seamless power of wireless connectivity with Bluetooth in Windows 7.