To connect a Bluetooth device to a Windows 10 or Windows 11 based PC, then you need to open the settings feature to do so. This method can be said to be good because we can connect various devices such as keyboards, mice, or Bluetooth speakers. However, if you tend to switch Bluetooth devices frequently, then doing the settings over and over again will be quite a hassle.
However, there is good news for Bluetooth users. Reporting from Ubergizmo (26/2), Microsoft has announced an upcoming update for Windows 11, which will make Bluetooth easier to access and connect. This is because Microsoft will be adding enhanced Bluetooth controls to Quick Settings in Windows 11.
Microsoft says that, “we are starting to roll out the ability to more easily manage your Bluetooth devices and can be found in Quick Settings. Including the ability to connect, disconnect, and view battery levels for supported devices.”
By now, the feature may already be available for Windows Insiders to test first. This means for those who are not from the Insider program, then they will have to wait for the official update to be released to use it, so hopefully the update is not too long from its public release.