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Bluetooth hearing aids are now supported in Windows 11 preview build

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Modern hearing aids are amazing little gadget, seamlessly connecting devices with phones and tablets via Bluetooth Low Energy to give users unlimited access in digital audio. Windows desktops and laptop have gone from behind in this area, but Microsoft is now looking at the latest release of one more version of its operating system: 25977 Canary. While Windows has supported Bluetooth for over twenty years, its low energy add in May could provide a connection to an open-end phone.

According to a recent publication in the magazine Windows Insider (found by The Verge), the Bluetooth LE support will take its turn into an increasingly popular device. Whether your laptop or desktop supports it does not come down to the specific Bluetooth radio in question, some generic bluetooth chips support low-energy mode even without spelling it out on my list. If your PC has a USB connection, you should need to add that functionality. As of next year we will be able to update the audio presets directly onto Windows.

The Windows 11 Insider 25977 canary builds a lot and features newer apps, such as app-bys. As always, if these features can be used for Windows 11 release is somewhat irrelevant. Based on Microsofts testing procedures and user feedback data base will help you find the right thing to do when they come at full capability level as standard specifications exist in class.

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