About Logitech Unifying Software
Logitech Unifying Software is a free-to-use program that lets you connect up to six compatible Logitech devices to a single Unifying receiver. This innovative technology eliminates the need for multiple USB receivers, decluttering your workspace and simplifying device management.
Free up valuable USB ports: No more juggling multiple receivers. Connect up to six compatible Logitech devices, including mice, keyboards, trackpads, and even gaming controllers, with just one Unifying receiver. Enjoy a sleeker workspace: Eliminate the tangle of wires and dongles that often accompany multiple receivers. With Unifying, your desk stays organized and clutter-free.
How To Install Logitech Unifying Software:
Visit driverslogi.com Website:
Go to driverslogi.com website to download the Unifying Software. You can find it in the support section.
Locate the Software:
Navigate to the section that corresponds to your device or search for the Unifying Software directly.
Download the Software:
Click on the download link for the Logitech Unifying Software. Make sure you download the version that is compatible with your operating system (Windows or macOS).
Run the Installer:
Once the download is complete, locate the installer file and run it. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.
Connect the Unifying Receiver:
If you haven’t already, plug the Logitech Unifying Receiver into a USB port on your computer. This is the small USB device that allows your Logitech devices to connect wirelessly.
After the installation is complete, open the Logitech Unifying Software. The software will guide you through the process of pairing your Logitech devices with the Unifying Receiver.
In the Unifying Software, click on the “Add Devices” button. Follow the on-screen instructions to turn on your Logitech device and make it discoverable. The software should then detect the device and pair it with the Unifying Receiver.
Once the pairing process is complete, ensure that your Logitech device is working properly. Move the mouse or use the keyboard to verify that the connection is established.
Update Firmware (Optional):
Check if there are any firmware updates available for your Logitech devices. Some updates may enhance performance or fix issues.
Finish and Restart:
Complete any final steps in the Logitech Unifying Software and restart your computer if prompted.