Question about Computers & Internet
Yes you can disable bloe tooth .
Open control panel and go to bluetooth connection . If you can't find it there then go to device manager then right click on your bluetooth driver then disable it.
For get device manager go to my computer property then hardware ->device manager.
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Posted on Sep 08, 2009
Is this computer connecting wireless to your internet also or is it wired to the router/modem?
It is most likely the Bluetooth connection is not used for the Internet. You can disable the Bluetooth connections, but they won't have any affect on your Internet speed.
How did you check that you are getting 1 Mbps?
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