Connecting Bluetooth devices to Windows 10
Step 1: For your computer to see the Bluetooth peripheral, you need to turn it on and set it into pairing mode. It typically involves pressing and holding the Bluetooth button until you see a flashing light that indicates the pairing is ready.
Step 2: Then using the Windows key + I keyboard shortcut, open the Settings app.
Step 3: Navigate to Devices and go to Bluetooth.
Step 4: Make sure the Bluetooth switch is in the On position. (You'll know it is working because you'll notice the message that reads "Your PC is searching for and can be discovered by Bluetooth devices.")
Step 5: Select the device you want to connect and click Pair.
Once you click Pair, you're all done. Windows 10 will take care of the rest. You'll notice the "Connected" label under the device name.
Alternatively, if you're simply trying to connect a Bluetooth audio or wireless display, you can simply do the following:
Step 1: In the notification area in the Taskbar, click to open the Action Center button (or use the Windows key + A keyboard shortcut).
Step 2: From the Quick actions area, click the Connect button.
Step 3: Then all the enabled devices will appear in the list, click on the device, and it should pair automatically.
Removing a Bluetooth peripheral from Windows 10
Step 1: Use the Windows + I keyboard shortcut to open the Settings app.
Step 2: Navigate through Devices and go to Bluetooth.
Step 3: Click on the peripheral you want to disconnect, and click the Remove button and then click Yes to confirm.