I am cleaning up my hard drive and removing programs that I don't want or use. I do not use Bluetooth for anything. Can this program be removed or will it cause problems with my wireless setup? Thanks
Dell WAN and Bluetooth(11 posts)
@LH, not so. My Logitech MX5500 mouse/Keyboard combo IS Bluetooth. Yes, there is also a Logitech MX5500 Mouse that I also have that is NOT Bluetooth. Both products are Wireless, and the USB dongle for both look the same. The mice even APPEAR to be the same by looks and charger. Software is even the same, but one is wireless 'normal' and the other 'wireless' Bluetooth. Real difference in the s/w (which as I said is the same), on the one with Bluetooth there is another sidetab for Bluetooth on the Tools tab in the s/w.
What would be the good purpose of removing it? I think some folks think that removing things not being used will speed things up. That is simply not true. There is good logic in the old adage and my #1 rule, "If it ain't broke , don't fix it".
XHI, I subscribe to the same 'theory'. I even left the 1394 stuff I have NEVER used. Only time I'd consider 'looking' for non-used stuff is if I had a space constraint. I'll even leave 'crapware' on my system, as I also subscribe to the theory 'if I do not know why or HOW it was installed, LEAVE IT BE'. <VBG>
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