Bluetooth® in Acer® Veriton
The Acer Veriton series of business PCs by Acer® delivers high-end performance. The series comes with different system requirements for all the PCs in the series, but all the PCs rate high on functionality, speed, and other operations. A few of the business PCs in the Acer® Veriton® series are Acer® Veriton® M200-G41 , Veriton® M200-M61, Veriton® M200-A74, Veriton® M200-G43, Veriton® M200-A78V, Veriton® M200-G31V, Veriton® M200-A78, and Veriton® L670G. The Bluetooth® functionality of the Vertion® PCs varies from PC to PC.
- Activating Bluetooth® in Acer® Veriton®
- Deactivating Bluetooth® in Acer® Veriton®
- Issues with Bluetooth® in Acer® Veriton®
Activating Bluetooth® in Acer® Veriton®
Bluetooth® devices come very handy when you need to transfer data from one place to another. It does not require any wires, any complex set-up, or unnecessarily long time to set up. Activating Bluetooth® in an Acer® Veriton® business PC is very easy and can be accomplished by you by yourself. First, you need to add a Bluetooth® adapter to your PC system, in case you don’t have a built-in one. Once this is done, switch on your Bluetooth® device and keep it near to your computer. Now, just click on the ‘Start’ menu and navigate to the ‘Control Panel’. There, you will see the ‘Bluetooth Devices’ tab, which will give you other options. Just click the ‘Click Add Wireless Device’. This action will open a window which will give you many options and will have a list of all the devices. Simply select the one which you wish to add.
Deactivating Bluetooth® in Acer® Veriton®
It is very important for you to deactivate or turn off the Bluetooth® device once you have finished working with it, or when you don’t need the data in the connected device. The process includes switching off the device and plugging it out of your PC system. In case the device is a built-in one, you just need to place your mouse over the Bluetooth® icon, and click it to exit the mode. This will turn off your Bluetooth® device till the next time you need to use it.
The Bluetooth® device is a very handy device for users, however, it has to be handled very carefully if the user does not want to damage it or face other issues. The most common issue with Bluetooth® devices is that, if left turned on, the device can attract malicious data like viruses and other kinds of threats which can seriously harm your PC. To deal with that, the users should have an antivirus program installed onto their PCs, which would help in preventing such malicious data from entering the system and then, corrupting it.