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How to Enable or Disable Bluetooth on Windows 11?

Written by Wyatt Surrey

All modern computers and laptops are equipped with Bluetooth and WLAN. Bluetooth is an old connectivity technology, but it is still part of almost all smartphones and laptops. Over the years, it has grown in popularity as Bluetooth is found on new generation computers and smartphones. Not only computers, laptops and smartphones are lashed with Bluetooth; You can also find it on speakers and headphones.

Bluetooth eliminates messy cables, and you can connect to Bluetooth-enabled devices in Windows 11 with just a few clicks of the mouse. On Windows 11, you can enable Bluetooth from either the Settings app or the Action Center. This Gearupwindows article shows you how to enable and disable Bluetooth on Windows 11 using both methods.

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How do I turn Bluetooth on or off in the Settings app in Windows 11?

To enable or disable Bluetooth on Windows 11 using the Settings app, do the following:

Step 1. Open the Settings app.

To start the Settings app, press window + X Keys simultaneously from the keyboard and select Settings from the options available.

Alternatively, press window + I Keys entirely off the keyboard to open the settings window.

Step 2. In the Settings app, click the Bluetooth and devices Category from the left side of the page. Turn the toggle switch on the right to the On or out Position to enable or disable Bluetooth.

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How do I enable or disable Bluetooth with the Action Center in Windows 11?

You can also enable or disable Bluetooth using the Action Center on Windows 11. To turn Bluetooth on or off, do the following:

Step 1. Click anywhere on the Action Center icon on the system tray.

Step 2. In the Action Center, click the Bluetooth Icon in the top row to enable or reactivate Bluetooth on your Windows 11 PC.

About the author

Wyatt Surrey

Wyatt Serrey has spent over 17 years working in the tech industry and also been a Windows fan since he used Windows XP on his computer. He loves to help and teach others how to get the most from their devices, systems, and apps.

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