How to Connect Wireless Mouse

You have decided to renovate your workspace to make it more tidy and minimal. You have therefore purchased wireless accessories to connect to your computer, including a new one wireless mouse, but you have some problems in its configuration. How do you say? I have perfectly centered the point and therefore would you like a hand to connect the peripheral to your PC? No problem, that's what I'm here for!

In the next paragraphs, in fact, I will have the opportunity to explain you in detail how to connect wireless mouse to your computer, Windows or Mac. And while I'm there, for the sake of completeness, I'll also give you the instructions you need to do the same thing on Android and PS4.

So, are you ready to get started? Yup? Very well: make yourself comfortable, concentrate on reading this guide and, above all, try to put into practice the indications I am about to give you, so as not to have problems in completing your technological "enterprise" today. I wish you good reading and, above all, have fun!

How to Connect Wireless Mouse to PC

You wish to know how to connect a wireless mouse to a Windows PC? Very easy: if the one in your possession is a mouse with USB wireless receiver, connect it to one of the free USB ports on your PC. After that, turn on the mouse by moving up ON the physical switch lever which should be at the bottom of the switch (or on one of its sides)

Now, if necessary, press on button which allows you to establish the wireless connection between the receiver and the mouse itself: it is usually placed on the sides of the mouse or is nestled between the two buttons on the top. Please note that many mice do not have the link button in question, as they have the feature plug and play, which allows you to connect them automatically to the receiver inserted in the USB port of the PC.

How to Connect Wireless Mouse to Mac

For connect a wireless mouse to the Mac, same speech: you have to connect the USB wireless receiver to the computer. Once the latter has been introduced into one of the free USB ports on the computer, turn on the mouse by moving up ON the physical switch lever located on the bottom of the device or on one of its sides.

At this point, if the mouse model in your possession requires it, press on button through which to establish the wireless connection between the receiver and the mouse itself (it should be on the sides or nestled between the two buttons on the top) and wait for the connection to be established. Please note that many mice may not even have the button in question, as they have the function plug and play, which connects the mouse to the computer in a completely automatic way.

If you're using a recent Mac model that only has USB-C ports, you can purchase a USB-A to USB-C adapter to connect the USB mouse receiver to the computer.