If you have a Bluetooth device connected to your Windows 11 computer that you no longer need, you can easily remove it. Removing the device will prevent it from appearing in the list of connected devices and also free up resources on your computer that the device was using.
Here is a simple guide that will help you to remove the connected Bluetooth device from your Windows 11 operating system. If you want to connect a new Bluetooth device, you can check our guide on; how to connect Bluetooth devices in Windows 11.
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How to Remove Bluetooth Devices from Windows 11
Removing a Bluetooth device from your Windows 11 computer is a straightforward process that can be done in a few simple steps. Here’s a step-by-step guide to removing a Bluetooth device in Windows 11:
Step 1: Click on the windows icon to open the “Start Menu” and click on “Settings.” Or else, use the shortcut key Win + I to open the settings.
Step 2: It will bring up the settings window. Click on the “Bluetooth & Devices” tab and turn on the “Bluetooth” toggle.
Step 3: On Bluetooth & devices section, you will get the list of paired Bluetooth devices. Select the device and click on the three-dot menu.
Step 4: Then click on the “Remove Devices” option from the menu that appears.
Note:- From here, you can also disconnect your connected Bluetooth device from Windows 11.
Step 5: To confirm the action click the “Yes” button.
The device should now be removed from the list of connected Bluetooth devices. You won’t see it on the Bluetooth & devices page anymore. If you ever need to connect the device to your computer again, you can pair it like any other Bluetooth device.
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