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How to Connect to Wireless Network Using Windows

How to Connect to Wireless Network Using Windows

Today all modern Windows devices support wireless network connections, to connect each and every device to one to another which makes life easy. So in this tutorial, we will know about how you can connect wireless network using your operating system.

We will go through old to new operating system:

Windows XP

Windows XP provides a wizard for network connection setups. The wizard breaks down the task into individual steps and guides you through them one at a time, follow the steps:

  1. Open the Network Connections Menu, Choose Connect To > Show all connections.
  2. Then Create a New Connection.
  3. Start the New Connection Setup Wizard.
  4. Choose Desire Network Connection Type.
  5. Then Click to Next Button and Hit Finish That’s it!

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Windows 7

Windows 7 has so many network connection options. We will go through the easiest way to connect using the Network icon on the Taskbar.

  1. Click the Network icon on the Taskbar. This icon will look like a Wi-Fi icon with no bars on it.
  2. In the Network list, click the network to connect to.
  3. If you’d like to connect to this network automatically next time you’re in range, click in check next to Connect Automatically.
  4. Click Connect.
  5. If prompted, type the security key and click OK.

Windows 8

In Windows 8 we will go through step by step to connect network from one to another. You can do that from the Start screen by clicking the Desktop tile or by using the key combination Windows key + D.

  1. Swipe in from the right side of your touch-screen device, or, move your mouse cursor to the bottom right corner of the screen.
  2. Click Settings > Network.
  3. Click Available.
  4. Select the network.
  5. If you’d like to connect to this network automatically next time you’re in range, click in check next to Connect Automatically.
  6. Click Connect.
  7. If prompted, type the network key and click Next.
  8. Now you’re connected.

Windows 10

Windows 10 is the latest Operating System from Microsoft and it is very easy to use like windows 7 but it has so many new features which will give you more beneficial options in it. If you want to connect using this method, you’ll need to know the network name so that you can select it from the list. You will also need to know the network key (password) of to the network, if it’s secured. If you’re at home, that information is likely on your wireless router. If you’re in a public place like a coffee shop, you’ll need to ask the proprietor. Some networks don’t require credentials though, and thus no network key is necessary.

To connect to a network in Windows 10:

  1. Click the Network icon on the Taskbar. If you’re not already connected to a network, this icon will be a Wi-Fi icon with no bars.
  2. In the list of all networks, click the network to connect to.
  3. If you’d like to connect to this network automatically next time you’re within range of it, click next to Connect Automatically.
  4. Click Connect.
  5. If prompted, type the network key and click Next.

If you see any error or any problem feel free to comment below we will happy to help with this problem or anything you want to know about this topic.

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