Do you want to unpair or disconnect a Bluetooth-connected device from Windows 11? When you pair your Windows 11 PC using Bluetooth with another device (for example, a phone), pairing details get saved on both devices until you remove it manually. Next time, when Bluetooth is enabled on both devices and is within the range, it will automatically start communicating.
However, if there is no more job to perform, and you want to unpair or remove a paired Bluetooth device, you can use the built-in Settings app of Windows 11. Pairing is quite simple on Windows 11 computers. It lets you transfer any data from one Windows to another Windows PC.
How to Unpair or Remove Bluetooth Devices on Windows 11?
To unpair or remove Bluetooth devices on Windows 11, you need to perform the following steps:-
Step 1. Open the Settings app by pressing
Step 2. Click the
Step 3. On the right side, under Bluetooth & devices, you will see all the paired Bluetooth devices.
Step 4. To remove a Bluetooth device from your computer, simply click on the ellipse (three vertical dots) on the device you want to remove and then select the
Quick Note: To remove a Bluetooth device from your computer, you need to turn on the Bluetooth first on your computer. Otherwise, you will be unable to remove another paired Bluetooth device from your computer.
If you have paired your PC with multiple Bluetooth-enabled devices and you cannot find the specific device, click on the
Now, you should see all the Bluetooth paired devices under the “Other devices” section.
To remove a particular Bluetooth device from your Windows 11 machine, simply click on the ellipse (three vertical dots) on the device you want to remove and then select the
That’s it. The selected device will now disappear from the paired Bluetooth list.