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PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 11:26 am 

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So in Win 8.1 the native on/off switch for Bluetooth is in the PC settings metro screen, making it a pain to access, but you can get there in one click by adding this to your start menu, either as a shortcut or menu item.

First extract the two scripts from the .zip to a suitable path.

Then create a menu item in Classic Start Menu as follows:

[PATH]\BatchHideConsole.vbs [PATH]\BluetoothSettings.bat


%SystemRoot%\system32\DevicePairingFolder.dll, 200

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 10:44 am 
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You can just search for it and right click -> Pin to Start menu (Classic Shell).

Links to some general topics:

Compare Start Menus

Read the Search box usage guide.

I am a Windows enthusiast and helped a little with Classic Shell's testing and usability/UX feedback.

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