Hey Everyone, To make a long story short, IT guy at work had to do a re-install after the new "mandatory encryption" of personal computers subsequently prevented Windows XP from loading. Such joy. While trying to get used to this new system, I noticed some new processes in Task Manager (many are from updated applications), including a rundll32.exe process that was not present before the reinstall. So, I asked Prof. Google for advice, and downloaded Process Explorer to give me some more info. The details of this rundll32.exe process has it linked to: "C:\WINDOWS\system32\rundll32.exe" bthprops.cpl,,BluetoothAuthenticationAgent" So, my question is: 1. Since I don't use a Bluetooth device for mouse, printer, etc., do I need this running? If not, I was gonna use Autoruns and un-tick it, so to speak. Thanks in advance and sorry for the newbie question.