Microsoft recently updated the Mouse and Keyboard Center. What this update brings is additional support for ARM64 PCs, like the Surface Pro X.
The utility’s version is now 12, allowing ARM64 PC owners to have better control over their peripherals.
This update will now allow you to adjust certain settings for Microsoft-made peripherals, which include the Surface Precision Mouse.
The Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center before the update
Up until this update, you could not use the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center on PCs that worked in Windows 10’s S Mode, and you couldn’t use it on Windows 10 PCs that were powered by ARM processors either.
However, this latest update changed all that, as the above-mentioned PCs will be able to use it as well. Not only that, but the peripheral customization settings mentioned earlier will also be available.
But that isn’t all. Not only can the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center run on ARM PCs, but the update also brings some added support to other peripherals as well.
Key changes include:
- The Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard
- Microsoft Bluetooth Mouse
- Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard
- Surface Pro X
- Microsoft Ergonomic Mouse
- Other Windows 10 ARM-based PCs
The Mouse and Keyboard Center can be downloaded for free from Microsoft’s website, and it is available to all users starting now.
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