Have you been having issues checking if your PC has Bluetooth Capacity?. If yes, you need not stress yourself anymore because you are on the right Sits!. Here I will be showing you simple and basic steps to follow to check if your PC has Bluetooth Capacity.
Just like anything else on your computer, hardware and software is very vital and recommended for Bluetooth. You might be wondering what hardware and software are. Well, the hardware is the gathering of all the physical components (like the keyboard, mouse, monitor and computer case) of Computer while the software is a set of instructions that tells the computer what to do or how to go about in performing a specific task.
How to check if Your PC has Bluetooth Capacity
Now, to check if your PC has Bluetooth Capacity. All you need to do is to check the Device Manager for Bluetooth Radio by following the steps below:
- Open the control panel to check your Bluetooth Capacity
- Select Hardware and Sound then choose the Device Manager.
- In Windows Vista, tap the Continue button. You can as well choose to enter the administrator’s password.
- Search for Bluetooth Radio on your list. If you find the Bluetooth Radio item on your list, then your PC has Bluetooth Hardware installed.
- Now, close the various windows you opened.
How do I test the Microphone on my Windows PC?
Note that your microphone must be plugged into the pink jack on your PC for it to work on your computer. Except that it is a USB microphone, which simply plugs into the USB port.
Well, to test the microphone on your Windows PC, all you should do is:
- Make sure that the mic id Plugged in correctly.
- Control Panel and click on Ease of Access.
- Select the link Set Up Microphone (This is found beneath the Speech Recognition heading).
- Now select the type of microphone you are using.
- Click on the Next button and so on.
- Then speak (Say word like “Test test”). If you notice the green bar goes, then your Microphone is working!
- You can now choose to keep clicking on Next until you get to the Finish button or you can equally click Cancel.
Note that the above steps work only in Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
To now check if your microphone works in Windows XP, all you need to do is:
- Make sure that the microphone is properly plugged in.
- Next, Open Audio Devices icon and Control Panel’s Sounds.
- Click on the Voice tab.
- Tap the Test Hardware button. The Sound Hardware Test Wizard will appear.
- Tap the Next button.
- To test the volume, speak into the microphone (The volume meter should go up and down as you speak).
- After you must have confirmed that the microphone is working, click the Next button.
- Then tap the Finish button.