Bluetooth allows for simple wireless connection between Bluetooth capable devices. Many Bluetooth devices include a passkey by default, which is a method of securing the device and preventing others from connecting to it. If your Bluetooth device is only going to be used in a secure location, some increased convenience can be gained by not requiring a passkey when connecting to a computer.
Press the connection button on your Bluetooth device so the device is discoverable. If you are having difficulty, consult your product's documentation.
Click the "Start" or Windows button in the lower left corner of your computer screen, then select the "Control Panel" option.
Double click on the "Bluetooth" icon.
Click the "Add" or "Add wireless device" button.
Select the "My device is set up and ready to be found" option, then click the "Next" button.
Pick your Bluetooth device from the list of discoverable devices, then click the "Next" button.
Select the "Don't use a passkey" option, then click the "Finish" button.
If your Bluetooth device offers the option to use a passkey, this does provide a higher level of security and should be used if possible.