Connect Xbox Wireless Controller

When it comes to connecting your Xbox Wireless Controller to your Windows 10 PC. There are three main options including USB, Xbox Wireless, or Bluetooth by which you can get your Xbox Wireless Controller connected to Windows 10 PC. In the post below we will learn about all three different ways you can use to connect your Xbox Wireless Controller to your PC.

Thankfully all three options come pretty handy and let you connect your Xbox Wireless Controller to Windows 10 PC really easily. Now, below we first see how to connect your Xbox Wireless Controller to your Windows 10 PC via a micro-USB cable.

Connecting Xbox Wireless Controller to Windows 10 PC Using a micro-USB cable

  • If you have a micro-USB cable then plug it into the top of the controller and plug the other end into your PC.

Kindly note: If you have an Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 or an Xbox Adaptive Controller then you will need to have a USB Type-C cable in order to connect the controller with your PC.

Also, note that using the USB connection you can connect up to 8 Xbox Wireless Controllers at the same time, or 4 controllers that have Xbox Chat Headsets attached. If the controllers have Xbox Stereo Headsets, then only 2 Xbox Wireless Controllers can be connected at the same time.

Connecting Xbox Wireless Controller to Windows 10 PC via Xbox Wireless

To connect your Xbox Controller to your Windows 10 PC you will need Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10. If your PC has Xbox Wireless built-in, you can connect the controller directly without an adapter.

Follow the steps below if you are connecting with an Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10.

Editor-in-chief at Cyberockk, Rizwan is an avid mobile geek and a gaming lover. He loves to keep a tab on new tech and loves to share the latest tech news and reviews on Smartphones, Gadgets, Apps, and more.

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