Windows 10 2004 has re-supported Bluetooth A2DP audio streaming

Media reported that Windows 10 Version 2004 (Updated May 2020) reintroduced support for the Bluetooth A2DP receiver so that users can stream music from their mobile device series to pc speakers via a Bluetooth connection. In fact, as early as the Windows 7 era, Microsoft desktop operating system has supported this feature, but the Windows 10 platform has long lacked support for this feature. The good news is that with the May update, the software giant is finally picking it up again.

Windows 10 2004 has re-supported Bluetooth A2DP audio streaming

External media Windows Latest found in the support documentation that Microsoft has proven that it can configure the Bluetooth speaker feature to be configured in Windows 10 Version 2004 while still listening to audio on the mobile device.

AudioPlaybackConnection is known to be used to enable/disable the creation of remote device connections, although users can also use wired headphones connected to a PC as remote sources.

Microsoft added that the Windows 10 operating system now supports processing remote sources through the underlying Bluetooth component and playing them on computer audio nodes, such as speakers or wired headphones.

It is important to note that the Bluetooth A2DP receiver feature is disabled by default and needs to be managed by the application responsible for the remote audio stream.

Windows 10 2004 has re-supported Bluetooth A2DP audio streaming

The Windows 10 Version 2004 (May 2020) update is expected to be officially released to the public between May 26 and 28, with many improvements to the consumer, business, and developer experience.

In the case of the Windows Linux Subsystem (WSL), the new version of WSL2 provides a separate Linux kernel.

This ‘true kernel’ will be part of the Windows 10 operating system and will run on the Thin earlier Hyper-V Virtual Machine Manager program, and can be secured with Windows Update.

The new virtualization scenario is similar to windows sandbox, allowing Windows and Linux to share the same resources to avoid performance issues.

In addition, Windows 10 Version 2004 brings support for WDDM 2.7 display-driven support that helps improve frame rates, reduce latency for some games, improve the video playback experience, and fix issues such as multi-screen display.