How to Connect Xbox Series X and Series S to PC

Xbox Series X, Series S

Likewise, all the old model of Xbox, the newly launched Xbox Series S or X is completely compatible with Windows. What mean to say is, you can your Xbox Series X or S with Windows 10 through different methods. And the process of connecting your Xbox Series X or S is no more difficult than linking your controller to your Xbox Series S or X, and additionally, it connects without any need for additional software.

In this process of connecting the controller, there are two methods one through USB cable and another through Bluetooth feature. So continue to read this article to connect your controller with a PC with easy and simple steps.

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How to Use Xbox Series X and Series S with Computer

Method 1: Connect Xbox Series S or X Controller to PC with USB

In this method of connection, we require a physical USB-C cable having one end of USB-C and another end with USB-C or USB-A connector depends on the port present on your PC. The advantage of using this method is no need for batteries, so you can work the whole day without any disturbance.

  • Firstly ensure that your Windows have the latest update.
  • Plug one end of the USB-C cable into the Xbox controller and another end into your PC.
  • Wait until your windows identify the controller.
  • After that, the connection is established.

Method 2: Connect Xbox Series S or X Controller to PC with Bluetooth

In this method, your PC should be compatible with Bluetooth. If your Pc doesn’t support then you can use a Bluetooth dongle. Why Bluetooth? Because Bluetooth is one of the most convenient ways as it gives wireless use.

  • Firstly ensure that your Windows have the latest update.
  • Hold the Xbox Key on your Xbox controller to enable it.
  • Hold the Pairing Key on your Xbox controller until it begins flashing.
  • Then tap Connect and move to the next step.
  • Right-click on the Start Menu.
  • Go to Settings.
  • Tap Devices.
  • Ensure Bluetooth is enabled and hit Add Bluetooth or Other Devices.
  • Touch Bluetooth.
  • Wait until windows identify your controller.
  • Touch Xbox Wireless Controller when it is visible in the list.
  • Hold for the pairing process, and touch Done.

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