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Add Bluetooth To The Right Click Menu

Bluetooth allows you to connect a number of different devices to your computer, such as your cell phone, wireless keyboard & mouse, headsets and the list goes on. You can also wirelessly transfer files via a Bluetooth connection from one device to another. Rather than digging Into Windows 10 to access the available Bluetooth settings, In this tutorial, I will demonstrate how to add It to the right-click context menu.

Although the Bluetooth options and settings can be viewed via the Windows Settings menu, not every feature Is easily accessible, particularly for users who've never setup nor configured a Bluetooth connection. Essentially, once this tweak Is applied, It will be available by a simple right-click of the mouse as per the Image above.

To achieve this, I will be using a neat little Registry file, that will automatically add the entries to the Windows Registry. All that's required on your part, Is to execute the file, follow a couple of prompts and the job's done. I've provided the download links to the files, at the end of this article. So let's get this tutorial started.

Step One:
Once you've download the file, extract It's contents to a folder of your choice, then double-click the Add Bluetooth.reg file. It will prompt to add the entries to the Registry, so hit Yes.

Step Two:
A message will be displayed, confirming that the entries have been successfully added. Hit OK to finalize the process.

Step Three:
I've now right-clicked on a blank area on my desktop, and as you can see, the Bluetooth option and It's settings are readily available. Let's test It by clicking on Bluetooth Devices.

Step Four:
As expected, the Manage Bluetooth devices settings has executed. I can now pair any compatible device to my computer.

Last Step:
If you wish to remove the Bluetooth options from the right-click context menu, double-click the Remove Bluetooth.reg file, and hit Yes.

Final Thoughts:
Without question, you can clearly see the benefit of applying this tweak. Just about everything you need relative to setting up and configuring your Bluetooth connectivity, Is available at your fingertips. It's certainly a lot quicker and easier than searching for each Individual setting.

Use any of the links below, to download the aforementioned Registry files.

Direct Link Mega:
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Direct Link AnonFiles:
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Direct Link Solidfiles:
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