How to Remove Microsoft Bluetooth Stack

by Meaghan Ellis

Removing Microsoft Bluetooth Stack is considered the process of deleting the software from your computer in its entirety. Computer users opt to remove the software for several reasons. Some consider the software non-essential, others may not understand its functionality, and few may have a substitute for it. Whatever the reason is, it can be done in a matter of minutes. With the help of minor instructions, the removal process is quite feasible for anyone to conduct regardless of previous computer experience.

Open the Control Panel. Click on the Start menu icon at the bottom of the screen on the computer's taskbar. Locate and select the Control Panel tab folder.

Access your computer's installed programs. Once the Control Panel screen loads, click on the "Programs" link that will be listed within the Control Panel options. Click on the "Uninstall a Program" action when the "Programs" options screen opens.

Locate and select the Microsoft Bluetooth Stack icon tab within the list of your computer's installed programs. Select the action that reads, "Uninstall" at the top of the Programs' screen. The Microsoft Windows Uninstall dialog screen will open automatically.

Remove Microsoft Bluetooth Stack from your computer's hard drive. Click on the "Uninstall" action that will appear in the Microsoft Windows Uninstall dialog screen to confirm your decision. Follow the Microsoft prompts that will be given to remove the software in its entirety. Click on the "Finish" prompt.


  • check For further information on usage and removal of Microsoft Bluetooth Stack, click on the Additional Resources link listed below.


  • close Always restart your computer when removing Bluetooth Stack. This ensures that all of the program's components are successfully removed from your hard drive.

About the Author

Meaghan Ellis has been writing short stories, newspaper articles, Web content and product research reports for over 12 years. While double majoring in business management and marketing at Southern University, she runs a home-based graphic design and Web content business.