Originally Posted by Ryououki
Why would you want to disable the Bluetooth Manager?
If you don't wanna see the icon, use Microsoft Powertoys TweakUI. In Desktop section, remove the checkmark from Bluetooth Information Manager.
This way Bluetooth Manager still loads, but you don't get the icon on your desktop.
Try doing it without TweakUI. About the time that the bluetooth icon on the System goes from red to green, the icon appears on the Desktop. It is as if the BT driver unloads the icon at shutdown and reloads it at startup.
I right-click on the bluetooth icon and select Service Properties. ALL
of the checkboxes are unchecked - even the one for the Bluetooth Information Exchange Service - and yet the icon keeps on reappearing on every startup.
It is as if Toshiba is trying to force the Bluetooth Information Exchange upon us. I really don't care if I have the Bluetooth Information Exchange active on my machine or not. I only want the icons on my desktop that I use every day - the Bluetooth Information Exchange is NOT
one of them.