The Microsoft Arc Mouse and Surface Arc Mouse are designed to fit to your hand and snaps easily to fit in your bag. These mice are ready to travel no matter where you take your device.

Microsoft Arc Mouse

Requirements

To get set up, you’ll need a PC that’s running Windows 11 with support for Bluetooth 4.0 or later. This mouse supports Swift Pair in Windows 11 for faster pairing. 

What Bluetooth version is on my PC?

Connect your mouse

To turn on your mouse, snap it into the curved position. Snap your mouse flat to turn it off.

Pair your mouse with Bluetooth

Turn on your mouse, then follow the instructions to pair it to your PC:   

  1. Press and hold the pair button on the bottom of the mouse until the LED light starts to flash (about 5 seconds).

  2. On your Windows 11 PC, select Connect if a notification appears for your mouse, then wait for it to get set up.
    Don’t see the notification? Go to Start > Settings > Bluetooth & devices > Add device  > Bluetooth > Microsoft Arc Mouse or Surface Arc Mouse > Done.

Once your mouse is paired, the LED light will stop flashing. The light will stay on until you turn off your mouse. 

Navigate with the touchpad

Your mouse recognizes when you click or scroll on the touchpad. Here are some basic gestures to get started. 

If you want to

Do this

Left-click

Click with one finger of the left side of the touchpad.

Right-click

Click with one finger on the right side of the touchpad.

Scroll up and down

Move one finger up or down on the touchpad.

Scroll left and right 

Move one finger left and right on the touchpad.

Battery info

The Microsoft Arc Mouse and Surface Arc Mouse both use 2 AAA batteries. When you need to change the batteries, flip the mouse over, press the small tab to open the battery door, then replace the batteries. To help save battery, snap the mouse flat to turn off your mouse when you're not using it.

Tip: To check the battery level any time, select Search, type Bluetooth, and then open Bluetooth & other devices settings. The battery level appears next to your mouse.

Download the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center

To change basic settings for your mouse, select Start > Settings Bluetooth & devices Mouse

If you want to change the button functions, scroll options, and more, download the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center. To get the app, see Mouse and Keyboard Center download.

The Microsoft Arc Mouse and Surface Arc Mouse are designed to fit to your hand and snaps easily to fit in your bag. These mice are ready to travel no matter where you take your device.

Microsoft Arc Mouse

Requirements

To get set up, you’ll need a PC that’s running Windows 10 with support for Bluetooth 4.0 or later. This mouse supports Swift Pair in Windows 10 for faster pairing. 

What Bluetooth version is on my PC?

Connect your mouse

To turn on your mouse, snap it into the curved position. Snap your mouse flat to turn it off.

Pair your mouse with Bluetooth

Turn on your mouse, then follow the instructions to pair it to your PC:   

  1. Press and hold the pair button on the bottom of the mouse until the LED light starts to flash (about 5 seconds).

  2. On your Windows 10 PC, select Connect if a notification appears for your mouse, then wait for it to get set up.

    Don’t see the notification? Select Start  > Settings  > Devices  > Bluetooth & other devices  > Add Bluetooth or other device  > Bluetooth Microsoft Arc Mouse or Surface Arc Mouse > Done.

Once your mouse is paired, the LED light will stop flashing. The light will stay on until you turn off your mouse. 

Navigate with the touchpad

Your mouse recognizes when you click or scroll on the touchpad. Here are some basic gestures to get started. 

If you want to

Do this

Left-click

Click with one finger of the left side of the touchpad.

Right-click

Click with one finger on the right side of the touchpad.

Scroll up and down

Move one finger up or down on the touchpad.

Scroll left and right 

Move one finger left and right on the touchpad.

Battery info

The Microsoft Arc Mouse and Surface Arc Mouse both use 2 AAA batteries. When you need to change the batteries, flip the mouse over, press the small tab to open the battery door, then replace the batteries. To help save battery, snap the mouse flat to turn off your mouse when you're not using it.

Tip: To check the battery level any time, in the Search bar, type Bluetooth, and then open Bluetooth & other devices settings. The battery level appears next to your mouse.

Download the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center

To change basic settings for your mouse, select Start  > Settings  > Devices  > Mouse 

If you want to change the button functions, scroll options, and more, download the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center. To get the app, see Mouse and Keyboard Center download.

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