As AirPods use Bluetooth for wireless connectivity, you can connect your AirPods to a Windows 11 PC that has Bluetooth connectivity.
Your AirPods work just like any other Bluetooth headset. To start the pairing process, launch Windows Settings on your 10 or 11 laptop by pressing Windows + i. If you’re migrating Windows 10, it’s in navigation settings under Devices > Bluetooth & other devices. In Windows 11, “Bluetooth decides devices and” in the saved sidebar.
Windows 11 starts searching for all Bluetooth devices, everyone just needs to activate the pairing feature on their AirPods as mentioned earlier.
Apple AirPods can be connected to any PC, from consumer laptops and desktops to modern Windows 10 devices like the Surface Pro, as long as they have Bluetooth connectivity.
Why do my AirPods keep disconnecting windows?
Why are your Airpods disconnecting from Bluetooth? Like all wireless Bluetooth headphones, Airpods are potentially susceptible to Bluetooth interference.
Issue with iOS version. You may encounter bugs and/or other bugs in iOS that indicate that reproductions are out of date.
How to pair AirPods to Microsoft laptop?
How to connect Apple AirPods to a Windows 10 PC, just start by opening the Settings app here in Windows 10.
Then go to Devices > Bluetooth & other devices.
Turn on Bluetooth using the toggle switch on the surface of the page.
Select “Add Bluetooth or other device”, then “Bluetooth”.
Open the lid of your example AirPods, press and hold the button on the back of the case until the charging light starts blinking white.
Where do you tap or touch AirPods?
Open the charging case.
On iOS, iPad, or iPod touch, go to Settings > Bluetooth.
Click the “More Info” button to see your AirPods further.
Select a specific left or right AirPods to prioritize which AirPods allow you to double-tap or pinch for Siri, play and pause audio, or skip tracks.
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