(Specs): OS is win 10 home edition | dell inspiron desktop computer
So, I can't seem to stop bluetooth from turning on when my computer starts - it is only on at certain times, or every other time I turn my computer on. The program/apps/services used to just stay off, and should still be off since all of the drivers/programs related to bluetooth and/or wifi + wireless are/were uninstalled or disabled - not only that, but, airplance mode is also always on too. Plus, I've also intentionally deleted the Btooth network connection drivers, have disabled anything obviously related to bluetooth in services, system configuration settings, and even in device manager (all as admin). "Intel® Wireless Blluetooth®" listed in device manager no-longer lets me do a complete uninstall anymore: the driver now re-installs upon computer start-up/restart after uninstalling, which is unusual, only allowing me to "disable" it at this time.
Still, despite all that, the action center shows the bluetooth icon highlited in blue (on the lower collapsable menu), as turned on; however, when I go to "all settings", there is no-longer a btooth menu option to turn it off or on since it's uninstalled - so, how can it still turn on intermittently?! Please help me shut it all down again...
In short, I'd really just like to know of any specific commands which will allow me to diasble/delete/remove, etc. any (or all) bluetooth apps, programs, or services from loading anymore. For example, I used to have commands for deleting/disabling bluetooth (and others) in services, but lost the screenshots I once used for reference...can't find the site again either. Direct instructions here would be great, but youtube videos, or a website link with instructions would also be appreciated.