Although, for the most part, you never have to worry about the version of the Bluetooth adapter you use. Sometimes, to use a specific feature, you must have a particular version that includes a specific technology. For instance, your computer must have Bluetooth 4.0 with Low Energy (LE) support if you want to use the Nearby sharing feature to send files and links to nearby devices. If you need to know the wireless adapter version, you can quickly find out by checking the company’s support website or the system information. In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to quickly tell the Bluetooth adapter version installed on Windows 11.

Check Bluetooth version on Windows 11

To check the Bluetooth version on Windows 11 or Windows 10, use these steps: In this case, the LMP has the #4, so the version is “Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR.” Here’s a table with the available Link Manager Protocol versions, which you can use to confirm the actual Bluetooth version:

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