This post shows students and new users the steps to unpair or disconnect a Bluetooth connected device in Windows 11. When you set up a Bluetooth device in Windows, it will stay added and automatically connect to the other Bluetooth device (pairing partner) when you are inside. range and have Bluetooth enabled.
Windows 11 allows you to stop Bluetooth pairing with the other device or disconnect it so that it does not automatically connect to your pairing partner when both are in range. Or just delete the entire Windows device so that all settings are removed.
Pairing and unpairing Bluetooth devices in Windows 11 is simple and everything can be done from the system settings panel with just a few clicks.
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To start unpairing Bluetooth devices in Windows 11, follow the steps below.
How to remove Bluetooth devices in Windows 11
As mentioned above, Bluetooth-connected devices automatically connect to each other when both are in range. Windows allows you to disconnect or remove connected devices, and the steps below show you how.
Windows 11 has a centralized location for most of its settings. From system settings to creating new users and updating Windows, everything can be done from the System settings crystal.
To access the System Settings, you can use the Windows key + i shortcut or click Start ==> Settings as shown in the following picture:
Alternatively, you can use the search box on the taskbar and find Settings. Then select to open it.
The Windows settings panel should look similar to the image below. In Windows settings, click Bluetooth, then in the device and Bluetooth settings panel, you will find devices that are already connected to Windows 11.
To remove a device, simply click on the ellipse (three vertical dots) on the device you want to remove select Remove the device as highlighted below.
For devices that are out of range, click See more devices as highlighted below.
Then under Other Devices, click on the device you want to remove and click on the ellipse (three vertical dots), then select Remove devices As shown below.
You should do that!
In this tutorial we have seen how to unpair or disconnect a Bluetooth device in Windows 11. If you find any errors above, use the comment form below to report.