Bluetooth technology lets you connect gadgets wireless to your computer running Windows 8, removing clutter from your desktop. The OS is mostly used in desktop/laptop computers, tablets, Netbooks and media center computers. Windows 8.1  is designed to be compatible with Vista-compatible hardware and applications. This Windows version also comes with built-in drivers and DirectX.

The OS supports virtual hard disk storage’s, and adds to the performance of multi-core processors.  On a tablet, it lets you add a mouse and keyboard without hogging one of your coveted USB ports.Users can connect Bluetooth devices with the PC, provided there is a Bluetooth module or a Bluetooth dongle in the PC to detect Bluetooth enabled devices. 

 In window 8.1, there are few ways to turn ON  or OFF Bluetooth  by connecting to C . managing Bluetooth is much more user friendly.

 

Way to turn ON Bluetooth

 

  •  Move the mouse to the lower right so that several icons begin to appear
  • Move the mouse upward to reveal them. This set of icons is called the Charm Bar
  • Click Settings
  • Click Change PC Settings

 

Bluetooth_On

 

 

 

  • Click Wireless
  • Under Wireless Devices, turn Bluetooth on or off.

 

Way to manage devices

 

  • Move the mouse to the lower right so that several icons begin to appear
  • Move the mouse upward to reveal them. This set of icons is called the Charm Bar
  • Click Settings

 

Add_a_Device

 

 

  • Click Change PC Setting.
  • Click Devices
  • Click Add a Device

                             

   It is the simple way to connect bluetooth in window 8.1.