Get this, what Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS has gotten right for years now, Microsoft is prepping up to get right in its upcoming Windows 10 versions. You have obviously noticed that when you connect a Bluetooth device to your Windows computer. You have no way of telling how much battery is remaining on the device.
Well, that might soon change as Microsoft is said to be working on a feature for the next Windows 10 versions that will show you the battery level on your Bluetooth accessories. The feature is reportedly available in the Skip Ahead builds.
The report says that Windows 10 RS 5 (to be precise build 17639 already available in Skip Ahead) already has the feature. The operating system will show you the battery life of your Bluetooth accessories like the Surface Pen; though not all Bluetooth-device will be supported.
Finally, Windows OS will be on par with other mobile operating systems, and hopefully, they will place the Bluetooth device icon at a more visible location. The Action Center would be a nice place to have the feature; the same place where it shows you the already connected devices.
Windows 10 Insider can already give it a test run by downloading the latest Skip Ahead build.