Connect Your Keyboard or Mouse via Bluetooth
Connecting a device via Bluetooth on a Windows computer is a little more complex than it is on a Mac, but the process is relatively similar.
Windows 7: Firstly, you'll want to open up the Control Panel, which is located in the Start Menu on the bottom left of the desktop. After you've done this, you should see an icon labeled "Bluetooth Devices", which is exactly what you'll want to click. Next, select the "Add Bluetooth Device" button and follow the on screen instructions! Simple, right?
Windows Vista: Open up the Start Menu and go into "Control Panel". You'll see a list of options, and you'll want to select the one that says "View Devices and Printers". In the top left corner will be an icon that says "Add a Device", and since this is exactly what we want to do, it's recommended that you click it! If your wireless is enabled and everything was set up correctly upon initial installation, your keyboard or mouse should appear without trouble and you can install it.
Windows XP: You'll need to get to "Device Manager" which is (once again!) located within the Control Panel in the Start Menu. Look around within this window and you should see something to the effect of "Bluetooth Devices", which you should then click, followed by the "Add Device" button. Follow the on screen instructions and you're good to go!