Microsoft Bluetooth Ergonomic Mouse is designed for comfort and control. The mouse has two customizable thumb buttons1 and lets you pair with up to three PCs and quickly switch between them2.
- Full customization requires Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center. Get the app
Mouse and Keyboard Center is not available on Windows 10 S, Surface Hub, or HoloLens.
- Smart switch requires Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center.
Connect your mouse to your PC
To use Microsoft Bluetooth Ergonomic Mouse, your PC needs to have Bluetooth 4.0 or later. It’s designed to work best with Windows 10 and supports Swift Pair. You can pair up to three different PCs.
- On the bottom of the mouse, slide the power switch on to turn on the mouse.
It should automatically go into pairing mode. If it doesn’t, press and hold the pairing button for about 5 seconds. The first pairing light on the bottom of the mouse should flash.
- 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? Go to Start > Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices > Add Bluetooth or other device > Bluetooth > Microsoft Bluetooth Ergonomic Mouse > Done.
You can pair up to two more devices with your mouse. To pair your mouse with another device, press the pairing button to change it to another device, then follow the same instructions above to pair the new device.
When you’re using your mouse, you can then press the pairing button on your mouse to manually switch from one PC to another.
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Switch between devices using Smart switch
After your devices are paired, you can use Microsoft Bluetooth Ergonomic Mouse to automatically switch between screens on different devices. Just move your mouse cursor to the edge of your screen, then use your mouse on another screen on another PC.
You’ll need to pair all of your devices first and install Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center on each PC.
Here’s how to set up Smart switch in Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center:
- Open Mouse and Keyboard Center on one of the devices that Microsoft Bluetooth Ergonomic Mouse is paired with, and then select Smart Switch.
- Turn on Enable Smart switch.
You’ll see a list of the devices that are paired with your mouse, in the order they were paired.
- Set up your layout and change your settings for Smart switch.
Change the batteries
Microsoft Bluetooth Ergonomic Mouse uses two AAA batteries. To change the batteries, flip the mouse over, press the small tab to open the battery door, then replace the two AAA batteries.
To help save battery, turn the power switch on the bottom off when you’re not using your mouse.
Tip: To check the battery level anytime, open Settings on your Windows 10 PC, then select Devices > Bluetooth & other devices . The battery level appears next to your mouse.