How do I connect your Xbox One controller to PC?

The Xbox One controller is automatically recognized on Windows 7, 8.1 and 10 by connecting it with a micro-USB cable. Wireless use is done via Bluetooth built into your computer or through the official wireless adapter.

The Xbox One controller has become the standard controller for Windows-system PCs since its release. It is naturally recognized by the system by connecting the controller to the computer via a simple micro-USB cable.


Play wireless


To use the Xbox One wireless controller, you need to go through your computer’s Bluetooth if it has this technology. Most laptops are Bluetooth-enabled and here’s how to do it:

  • On your PC, go to Settings – Peripherals.
  • Choose Add Bluetooth or another device.
  • Select Everything else.
  • Select Xbox Wireless Controller.
  • Click Finished.

If you don’t have Bluetooth in your computer, you need to use the official wireless adapter, then the installation is done in the same way.

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