Back in 2010 I wrote about. It is also possible to install a Microsoft class driver on audio hardware that was built to the USB Audio specification.
Pretty much all versions of Windows have a class driver that supports the USB Audio 1.0 spec; builds 14912 and later (which are only available to Insiders right now) also support the USB Audio 2.0 spec, with some caveats. I recently bought a Lumia 950XL.
I tried connecting Blue Yeti Pro mic using a USB 3.0 cable to it. Install Mouse Driver Windows 10 there. But the mic is not recognized. Is there anything being done to improve the usb/midi audio driver situation in windows 10 mobile? Also, after upgrading my older pcs to windows 10, none of my usb audio devices (Behringer Xenyx 1622 mixer, Roland SH-201, Zoom G9.2tt, Boss GS-10 are being recognized). Most of these manufacturers don’t seem to be bothered about windows 10 and are not willing to update the drivers.
BEHRINGER USB AUDIO 2.8.40 overview: USB usb-audio.de BEHRINGER USB AUDIO 2.8.40: Your download should begin shortly. If your download does.
Now all these devices are rendered completely useless as usb audio interfaces unless I revert back to windows 7. Is MS doing something to address such issues in windows 10 builds? This scenario probably gives you a picture of why so many folks don’t prefer not to update to W10 from W7 while MS is pushing aggressively the users towards W10. Unless these important basic productivity affecting issues are taken care (which practically makes expensive equipment that the user has invested in completely useless), there is no point in MS pushing people to update to Windows 10 with just some fancy minor user interface updates (such as dark theme).