Follow the steps below to connect your Bluetooth Keyboard or Mouse to your Raspberry Pi.
I’m using a Logitech K380 on the examples below since that is my Bluetooth keyboard. But you can follow the same steps if you are using a different Bluetooth keyboard or device, such as a Bluetooth mouse.
Depending on the screen size or the usage of the Raspberry Pi, I usually tweak the font size and icon size.
If I am teaching or recording videos, I want the icon and font size to be large. If I am blogging, then I want them to be medium size. If I am using a small resolution screen then I want to change the icon and font size to a smaller proportion.
Luckily, Raspberry Pi has a Set Defaults icon for different screen sizes which makes it quick for me to change the sizes.
To change the system icon and font size of the Raspberry Pi head over to Appearance Settings and tweak the configuration there.
If you need guidance or instructions on how to navigate the settings then follow the tutorial below.