In the olden days (2015 or so), connecting a controller to a PC was a harrowing process, with. Now, PC gamers can use the DualShock 4 with relative impunity, thanks to better software, better hardware and better Steam integration. Photo credit: Chris Johnsson / Shutterstock.com Still, plugging in a DS4 is not quite as simple as using an Xbox 360 or controller, so if you’d like to bring a PS4 peripheral to a PC party, here’s what you need to know. Canon Mx926 Driver Windows 10 more.
Wired or Wireless You can plug a PS4 controller into a PC just as you would an Xbox One controller, by using a microUSB cable. Give the computer a few minutes to install the drivers, and you should be good to go. Actually using the controller is another story, but we’ll get to that shortly. Sony also released a wireless adapter, and if you intend to use your DS4 and PC together a lot, it’s a worthwhile investment. Be warned, however, that while the device initially retailed for $25, it's become much harder to find in recent months, and you'll either have to hunt down some older stock, pick up a used unit or pay through the nose for it.
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