Wireless Mouse uses Radio Frequency (RF) technology to connect with computers, tablets, and laptops. They are more convenient than the wired once because it uses optical technology and enables its user to use it more carefreely. Using it from a certain distance without getting stuck or tangled up with your mouse wire is definitely a good benefit. Even though it’s easier to use it if you are traveling or if you need to take it to the office every day with your laptop. Let’s see how to connect a wireless mouse with your system.
- Turn on your mouse.
- Flip the mouse to switch on the activation button which you will find at the bottom of the mouse.
- Use the working battery cells as the mouse works on batteries that need to be changed every time they run out of power, you will find the battery compartment and some mice come with a rechargeable battery system.
- For removable batteries, you will find the battery chamber below the mouse after flipping it. For a rechargeable mouse, the charging slot will be given somewhere around the sides of the mouse.
- Click the Apple icon from the menu bar in the top-right corner of your screen and if there is a Bluetooth icon in the top-right side of the menu bar click it instead.
- Click “System Preferences” from the list of options that have appeared.
- Click the “Bluetooth” from the system preferences window.
- Now the Bluetooth window will open. On the left-hand side, there will be a Bluetooth icon under which you will see the status if it’s on or not and below that there will be a button saying “Turn Bluetooth On” if the status of the Bluetooth is off.
- Click “Turn Bluetooth On” to enable your mac Bluetooth.
- Now press and hold the pairing button on your mouse to make it discoverable for windows Bluetooth.
- Look around your mouse to find its pairing button as its location may vary based on its manufacturer.
- Usually, such a mouse comes with indicating lights start blinking when the “Pair” button is pressed and it stops flickering and flashes brightly when the connection solidifies.
- On the right-hand side of the Bluetooth window, there will be a device column where you will see the list of devices. Wait for your mouse name to appear on that device list with the “Pair” or “connect” button.
- Click the “Pair” button that appeared with the name of your Bluetooth mouse. Now your Bluetooth mouse is ready to work.
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