On Windows 10, when using a Bluetooth mouse, you probably notice issues, such as stutter, lag, or freeze as you try to move the pointer around. If you step out of your computer, when you come back, you may even notice that the mouse will stop responding entirely.
If you’re experiencing any of these connectivity problems using a Bluetooth mouse, it’s likely that your device is equipped with a wireless Bluetooth chip from Intel, and it’s set to save power.
How to fix stuttering with Bluetooth mice on Windows 10
To fix mouse problems when using Bluetooth, do the following:
Search for Device Manager and click the top result to open the experience.
Expand the Bluetooth category.
Right-click Intel Wireless Bluetooth and select Properties.
Click on the Power Management tab.
Clear the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power option.
Click the OK button.
Close Device Manager.
Once you’ve completed the steps, your mouse should start working normally. This should fix not only stutters, but also lag, freezes, and it will prevent the mouse from stop responding.
Although these instructions should work to fix common connectivity problems with your Bluetooth mouse, it may not work for every situation.