I wNt to know that how can we check that our pc or laptop has built in bluetooth or not ?
Go into your control panel. Look for device manager. There will be a list that shows everything your comp has. Mine has Bluetooth. You just click on it and that should turn it off or on if it's there.
Great Question! I just checked my system, (Ubuntu) System settings, and in the search panel typed in Blue and voila! I have it (and didn't even know it!).
I learned something today. Thanks
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