Once you have connected to any wireless network in Windows 10, the operating system will remember this network and will try to re-connect to it once it is in range. If you are not happy with this behavior, you can make Windows 10 stop automatically re-connecting to certain wireless networks. Here is how.
Today, computing is all about going mobile and having 24 x 7 connectivity no matter where you go. Your phone for example is always connected to the cellular/data network, and it may be only occasionally connected to Wi-Fi (at your home, office and such places). With recent builds of Windows 10, Microsoft has made a number of improvements to cellular and wireless connections. Now it is possible to change the priority of connections so cellular networks are preferred over Wi-Fi. Here is how it can be done.
A number of users complain regularly to us that their wireless connection keeps disconnecting after upgrading to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Here is a simple workaround you can try if you are affected by this issue.
If your Windows 10 device comes with a wireless network adapter, then it can be configured in Settings. A special page under Network & Internet contains all related settings in one place. Today, we'll see how to create a special shortcut to open that page faster.
Wi-Fi is a technology which allows a user to connect to a wireless local area network (WLAN). It is a communications standard that describes how high-frequency radio waves can be used to provide wireless high-speed Internet and network connections. If your Windows 10 device comes with a wireless network adapter, you might want to disable Wi-Fi when you are not using it in order to save your device's battery. Here is how it can be done.