Cách cài bluetooth cho máy tính pc nhanh

To connect your Bluetooth device (headphones, mouse, etc.), or to transfer files from your iPhone to your PC via Bluetooth, you need toturn on Bluetooth on Windows 10 first.

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How to Turn on Bluetooth on Windows 10(and how to fix it if it won’t turn on)

In this guide you’ll learn:

How to Turn on Bluetooth on Windows 10

Normally you can turn on Bluetooth in Windows 10 in three easy steps:

On your keyboard, hold down theWindows logo keyand press the Ikey to open the Settings window.ClickDevices.
Click the switch (currently set to Off) to turn on Bluetooth. (The status will change to On.)
But if you don’t see the switch and your screen looks like the below, there’s a problem with Bluetooth on your computer.

There’s no need to panic. We’re about to show you how to fix Bluetooth on your Windows 10 computer and get that switch back for you.

What to do if you can’t turn Bluetooth on in Windows 10

Here are the top three ways to fix Bluetooth issues in Windows 10. Just work your way down the list until you find the one that works for you.

If it’s your first time to connect Bluetooth devices with your Windows 10 computer, you might need to check if your computer has Bluetooth.If you’re sure your computer supports Bluetooth, move on to the solutions.

Here’s how you can check if your computer support Bluetooth:

On your desktop, right-click on the Start button to selectDevice Manager.

Fix 1: Update the Bluetooth driver on your computer

Bluetooth needs the supporting hardware and software to work. When you’re sure your computer supports Bluetooth,but it’s still not working, the first thing you should do is update your Bluetooth driver.

There’re two ways you can update your Bluetooth driver: manually and automatically.

To manually update the driver, head to your computer manufacturer’s website and search for the most recent correct Bluetooth driver. Make sure the choose the right driver for your version of Windows (32-bit or 64-bit).

But if you don’t have the time, patience or computer skills to update your Bluetooth driver manually, you can do it automatically with Driver Easy. Driver Easy will automatically find the correct Bluetooth driver for your computer, download it, and install it correctly. Here’s how:

ClickScan Now. It will detect all of your computer’s driver issues (including your Bluetooth driver) in less than a minute.
Restart your computer.On your keyboard, hold down theWindows logo keyand press the Ikey to open the Settings window.

Do you see the option to switch Bluetooth on now? If you do, great. You’ve fixed the problem. But if it’s still not there, there’s something else you can try…

Fix 2: Re-enable the Bluetooth driver software in Device ManagerRight-click on the Start button. and selectDevice Manager.
Right-click on your Bluetooth device in the Bluetooth section, and choose Disable device. (If you’re asked to confirm, clickYes.)
Right-click on the device again and clickEnable device.
On your keyboard, hold down theWindows logo keyand press the Ikey to open the Settings window.

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Is the Bluetooth switch appearing now? If it’s not, we have something else you can try…

Fix 3: Make sure the Bluetooth Support Service is runningHold down theWindows logokeyand press theRkey to bring up the Run box.Type services.msc and pressEnter.
Right-clickBluetooth Support Service, then clickStart. (If the Start option grayed out, then clickRestart.)
Right-click on Bluetooth Support Serviceagain, and this time click Properties.
Set its startup type toAutomatic. clickApply, and then clickOK.
Finally,hold down theWindows logo keyand press the Ikey to bring up the Settings window, and make sure the Bluetooth option is there.

What to do if the above suggestions don’t work: Switch to ChromeOS


Windows is a very old technology. Sure, Windows 10 is relatively new, but it’s still just the latest iteration of a decades-old operating system, designed for a bygone era (pre-internet).

Now that we have the internet, fast connection speeds, free cloud storage, and endless web apps (like Gmail, Google Docs, Slack, Facebook, Dropbox and Spotify), the entire Windows way of doing things – with locally installed programs and local file storage – is totally outdated.

Why is that a problem? Because when you’re constantly installing uncontrolled third-party programs, you’re constantly opening the door to viruses and other malware. (And Windows’ insecure permission system compounds this problem.)

Plus the way Windows manages installed software and hardware has always been a problem. If your computer shuts down unexpectedly, or a program installs, uninstalls or updates incorrectly, you can get ‘registry’ corruptions. That’s why Windows PCs always slow down and become unstable over time.

Also because everything’s installed and saved locally, it doesn’t take long before you run out of disk space, and your disk gets fragmented, which makes everything even slower and more unstable.

For most people, the simplest way to solve Windows problems is to ditch Windows altogether, and switch to a faster, more reliable, more secure, easier to use and cheaper operating system…

Google ChromeOS.

ChromeOS feels much like Windows, but instead of installing heaps of programs to email, chat, browse the internet, write documents, do school presentations, create spreadsheets, and whatever else you normally do on a computer, you use web apps. You don’t need to install anything at all.

That means you don’t have virus and malware problems, and your computer doesn’t slow down over time, or become unstable.

And that’s just the start of the benefits…

To learn more about the benefits of ChromeOS, and to see comparison videos and demos, visit GoChromeOS.com.

Hopefully this has fixed your Bluetooth problem. Please feel free to comment below with your experiences, and to share this post with friends and colleagues, if they’re having Bluetooth troubles.