Setting Up Your Keyboard
Of course, there are many, many more options for keyboards out there (I've just given you a couple of the main choices) but whichever one you go with, you'll need to take the time to set it up before you can actually use it. For most devices, this is as simple as plugging in the USB receiver, or connecting the Bluetooth and then hitting a few keys, but for others you need to download the Microsoft wireless mouse drivers in order to make things properly function. Thankfully, doing this isn't too difficult:
- First, go to Microsoft's website.
- Click on the "Products" tab on the header bar and choose "Mice and Keyboard Products" from the drop down menu.
- On the header bar of this next page, choose "Downloads".
- Select your product from the long list of devices and proceed with the download.
- Double click the downloaded files and follow the on-screen installation instructions.
It's really as easy as that! If you're having trouble finding your product on the downloads page, definitely leave a comment and I'll locate the proper drivers for you, but also understand that not every product made by every company has a driver. Some rely on the internal operating systems to run, and if you have the wrong operating system, you won't be able to use it.