How To Connect Hardware Devices In Windows 10


Microsoft Windows 10 is the latest Microsoft OS with a new interface. Windows 10 offers a new Device Panel which makes it easy for users to add and remove the devices connected to your PC. You can change the settings and preference of various devices, like Printer, Scanner, Bluetooth, Mouse, Touchpad, and other connected devices.
Step 1
First, click on the Start icon and click Settings button.
Step 2 
On the next screen, select “Devices” option.
Step 3
In this step, select “Printers & scanners” menu from the left panel. You will see the connected devices in the right side. Also, you can add a new “Printer or scanner" to your Windows 10 PC. From here, you can perform several tasks, including Fax and printing a document to PDF etc.
Step 4
When you select “Connected devices” menu, this icon shows the hardware connected to your Windows PC, similar to the "Printers & scanners" section. So, you can manage all the connected devices, such as USB keyboards, mouse, speakers, microphones, and webcam devices.
Step 5
Now, select “Mouse & touchpad” menu. Here, you can change the preferences of how your mouse or touchpad will work.
Step 6
In this step, select “Typing” menu. Select this if you want your PC to auto-correct the misspelled words and/or highlight those.
Step 7
Select “AutoPlay” menu, now. Through this menu, you can adjust the settings of media files of removable devices connected to Windows PC.
Step 8
Finally, let's click on “USB”. Here you can enable the notification when there is any issue while connecting to USB devices.


So, that's how you can connect, manage, and remove the hardware devices from your Windows 10 PC. Follow C# Corner to learn more new and amazing things about Windows 10.