"My Bluetooth Places" on Windows XP
What is "My Bluetooth Places" on my Windows XP system?
"My Bluetooth Places" is third-party software that was installed as part of a Bluetooth package on top of your Windows XP system.
If installed properly, you should see the "My Bluetooth Places" icon
showing up on your desktop like this:
"My Bluetooth Places" allows you to do these tasks:
1. Add a Bluetooth device - Helps you to find and configure other Bluetooth devices.
2. View my Bluetooth services - Displays a list of Bluetooth services provided on your computer.
3. View devices in range - View Bluetooth devices that can currently be discovered.
4. View or modify configuration - Helps you to configure your Bluetooth device. This is a shortcut to the "Bluetooth Configuration" program in "Control Panel".
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