The absence of cable makes an Electronic Over Ear Wireless Bluetooth Headset easier to carry around. It also looks more aesthetic when wearing and using them. Most headphones available in the market are compatible with Windows 10 and other desktop operating systems, including Linux. Just like other platforms, to use a Bluetooth headset in Windows 10, you need to pair it first with your Windows 10. Once paired, you can simply connect your Bluetooth headset every time you want to use it and disconnect it when not in use.
How to pair a Bluetooth headset in Windows 10
Before start the pairing, make sure you have enabled Bluetooth on your Windows 10. To do so, you can open the notification area by clicking the bubble icon on the right-most on the taskbar. Simply click the Bluetooth icon to enable it.
Once the Bluetooth is on, right-click and select Go to Settings.
Once the Settings window opens, click the plus button to add a new Bluetooth device.
On the appearing dialog, select the Bluetooth option. At this stage, you can turn on your Bluetooth headset to make it discoverable.
Wait a moment while Windows 10 is scanning the nearby Bluetooth devices. Once your headset is found, simply select it. In most cast, this will also automatically connect the Bluetooth headet so you can start using your headset on Windows 10 right away.
Disconnecting the headset
Once you are done using your Bluetooth headset and want to disconnect it with your Windows 10 laptop, you can open the notification area and simply click your Bluetooth headset here.
If you want to remove your Bluetooth headset from Windows 10, you can right-click the Bluetooth headset on the notification area and select Go to Settings to open the Settings window. On the Settings window, click your Bluetooth headset followed by the Remove device button.
Please note that if you remove your Bluetooth headset from your Windows 10, you need to re-pair it to use it again.