According to the latest report from the below source, Microsoft is working on a new Bluetooth pairing feature which company is likely to bring in the next Windows update.
In the beginning of this week, Microsoft released the latest Windows 10 Insider build 17093, and testers claimed that there’s a convenient and quicker Bluetooth pairing feature which automatically sense and pick up new Bluetooth devices as they come near your PC.
The Surface Precision Mouse is the first device enabled with the streamlined pairing, and Microsoft has also said that they this ability won’t just locked in Surface ecosystem alone.
To quote a member of Microsoft’s Windows Bluetooth core team:
only certain enabled peripherals can trigger this experience … We are however looking to standardize this in the long term,
Reports also suggest that the Redmond giant and Logitech are working together to bring this seamless Bluetooth connectivity in the next major Windows 10 update, which is expected to arrive in March or April.