How to join a WiFi network in Windows 11

There are a lot of interface changes in Windows 11. The big change is that when you click the WiFi icon in the notification area, it no longer opens a panel that shows nearby connections. This means that the way you join a new WiFi network in Windows 11 has changed.

Wi-Fi network in Windows 11

The list of nearby WiFi networks is a little harder to use in Windows 11, but once you know where to find a list of available connections, all you have to do is enter the corresponding password.

Join a WiFi network in Windows 11

Joining a WiFi network in Windows 11;

  1. Open Using the settings with the Win + I hotkey.
  2. Mene Network and Internet.
  3. Care about Wireless.
  4. Develop View available networks.
  5. From a list of available networks, click Connect on the network you want to connect to.
  6. Enter the password to connect to the network.

Join a hidden network

Hidden networks do not appear in the list of available networks. Connecting to a hidden network is a different process.

  1. Open Using the settings with the Win + I hotkey.
  2. Mene Network and Internet.
  3. Go Wireless.
  4. Care about Manage known networks.
  5. Click Add a network.
  6. Enter the name (SSID) of the network you want to connect to.
  7. choose security type.
  8. Enter network password.
  9. If you plan to connect to this network on a daily basis, Activate the “Automatically connect” option.
  10. Click To save.
  11. Click Connect next to the hidden network.

Delete the Wi-Fi network

If you want to delete a WiFi network that your system still connects to, you’ll also need to do this in Settings.

  1. Open Using the settings with the Win + I hotkey.
  2. Mene Network and Internet.
  3. Care about Wireless.
  4. Click Manage known networks.
  5. Click on it Forget button next to the network you want to forget.
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Conclusion

Windows 11 has a nice new interface. Most of the changes aren’t bad, and while the operating system is still in beta, it looks cool. Changes to the system tray are likely to become a sore spot for some users. Panels allow users to change basic settings without opening the Settings app and navigating various tabs and menus. Now that this is gone and some significant changes are being made to Settings in Windows 11, it’s harder to find the essential settings. If nothing, it adds an unnecessary learning curve to the use of the new operating system.

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