Want to view and change the default Wi-Fi settings in Windows 10? This guide shows you the top five ways out there to open the Wi-Fi settings in Windows 10.
Windows 10 allows you various options and settings to configure the Wi-Fi. For example, you can make a network private/public, add or remove saved Wi-Fi networks, set data limit, view Wi-Fi data usage, and view Wi-Fi information.
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Open Wi-Fi settings via search in Windows 10
Step 1: In the Start/taskbar search, type Wi-Fi settings and then hit the Enter key to open the Wi-Fi settings page of the Settings app.
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Open Windows 10 Wi-Fi settings
Step 1: Open the Settings app using the search or Windows logo + I hotkey.
Step 2: Click on Network & Internet.
Step 3: Click Wi-Fi to see all Wi-Fi-related settings.
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Open Wi-Fi settings via the Run command in Windows 10
Step 1: First of all, open the Run command dialog using the search or Windows logo + R hotkey.
Step 2: Type ms-settings:network-wifi and press the Enter key to open the Wi-Fi settings page.
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Access Wi-Fi settings via Command Prompt in Windows 10
The Wi-Fi settings page can also be opened via the Command Prompt or Windows PowerShell. Here is how.
Step 1: Open the Command Prompt or PowerShell. No need to open it as an administrator.
Step 2: Type start ms-settings:network-wifi and then hit the Enter key to open the Wi-Fi settings page.
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Open Windows 10 Wi-Fi settings from the taskbar
Step 1: Click on the Wi-Fi icon on the taskbar. If the icon is missing, refer to fix to Wi-Fi icon missing from Windows 10 taskbar guide to restore it.
Step 2: Once the Wi-Fi flyout is up, perform a right-click on the Wi-Fi tile and then click Go to Settings to open the Wi-Fi Settings page. Simple as that!
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