How to Unpair a Bluetooth Device on Windows 11
Using Bluetooth devices on your Windows computer seems very easy and stable these days because all you need to simply turn on Bluetooth. So bluetooth devices are paired, however, the connections will continue until they are manually severed by the user. But some older speakers and headphones are very simple; they just try to connect with the last thing they paired with and it causes issues when connecting to devices. So if you’ve got a misbehaving Bluetooth mouse, keyboard, speakers and headphones then here’s how to unpair Bluetooth devices in Windows.
How to remove bluetooth device on My Computer?
Open Settings, and click on the Bluetooth&Devices icon.
Find the Bluetooth device you want to remove and click the three dots icon in the upper-right corner.
Next, click remove if you want to unpair the device. To confirm, click Yes to the verification dialog.
After you remove a Bluetooth device, you’ll have to repeat the pairing process if you want to use it again.