How Swift Pair Works in Windows 10 April 2018 Update
Microsoft has officially started the Windows 10 April 2018 Update rollout earlier this month, and one of the new features that thus land on users’ computers concerns the way Bluetooth peripherals are paired to their computers.
By default, previous Windows 10 versions, as well as the other Windows releases on the market, come with a rather simple Bluetooth pairing process that typically involves scanning for peripherals, entering a pairing code or not, and then completing a wizard.
But with Windows 10 April 2018 Update, Microsoft wanted to make everything a much smoother experience, turning the steps above into one seamless process that only requires a single click.
This new feature is called Swift Pair, and it involves special hardware that allows this super-quick connectivity between peripherals and the Windows 10 device. If this hardware isn’t available, then Bluetooth devices need to be connected in the traditional way from the… (read more)
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