Connecting to a wireless LAN with Windows 10

You can connect the computer to the internet wirelessly without using a seperate LAN cable.

Please note: the feature may not be supported on all models

Connecting to a wireless LANClick to Expand
1 Click Notifications at the bottom right of the taskbar.
Click Notifications at the bottom right of the taskbar
2 Open Network
Open Networks
3 Select the network you plan to use from the list of wireless networks found, then click Connect.

Please note: if you select Connect automatically before connecting, the PC will reconnect to the same network later, even after restarting without any separate connection process

Select the network you want to use, then click connect
4 If the network is secure, enter the password, then click Next to connect to the network.

Please note: you will be automatically connected to networks you have previously connected to.

Enter the password, then click Next to connect
Turning off the wireless LANClick to Expand
1 Click the Wi-Fi icon at the bottom right of the taskbar.
Click the Wi-Fi icon at the bottom right of the taskbar
2 Click Wi-Fi at the bottom to disable wireless LAN.
Click Wi-Fi at the bottom to disable wireless LAN

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