Currently, when you have to change Bluetooth devices, you will find an option in the Quick Settings flyout, but it opens the Settings app to switch devices. The new Bluetooth interface will list all the paired devices to make it easier to switch devices. In addition, the interface for Windows 11 shows the battery level for each supported peripheral as well as a button to connect and disconnect the device from the computer. You can even see those devices that are not paired. According to Microsoft, the new interface will make it easier to manage Bluetooth devices, including keyboards, headsets, and speakers, without the Settings app’s extra steps. This is not the only hidden feature available, in recent previews of Windows 11, it’s been discovered features like Smart Clipboard, redesigned “Open With” interface to choose the app to open a specific file, watermark warning for unsupported computers, and more. However, since features in the Dev Channel are experimental and not tied to any specific version of Windows 11, it’s unclear when or if the new Bluetooth interface and others will ever roll out in the stable channel. If you want to try this feature on Windows 11 build 22563, you will need to run the vivetool addconfig 3522110 2 and vivetool addconfig 2988131 2 commands using the open-source ViveTool available in GitHub. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.