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How To Create New Network Connection Windows 10?
The Windows 10 Operating System usually detects the presence of a network automatically, and you will never have the need to install drivers manually for the network adapter. After the automatic detection, then will create new network connection Windows 10 and then configure it to support all the necessary protocols. If you want to make changes, you can change the configuration of the network manually. And on Windows 10, you can create a new network in different methods. We will now be walking you through the steps for each method.
METHOD 1: USING TASKBAR
- Turn on your Windows 10 computer.
- Locate and click the Wireless icon at the bottom-right corner of the desktop screen.
- Select the Wireless network you want to connect or create new network connection Windows 10 computer.
- Now, click Connect Automatically followed by Connect.
- Enter the password if you have secured the wireless connection and click the Next button.
- The Windows 10 computer will now configure the network and the password and will connect to the network within seconds.
METHOD 2: CONNECTING TO A NETWORK FROM SETTINGS
You can easily connect your Windows 10 computer using the Network & Security settings from the Settings page. Follow the steps to pull it off in the best way.
- Click the Windows icon located at the bottom-left corner of the desktop screen.
- Enter Settings in the search bar and then press the Enter button.
- The Settings page will now open.
- Click on the Network & Security option from the Settings page.
- On the left pane, select the Wi-Fi option and then right-click on the Manage known networks option.
- The Wi-Fi settings page will open, click the (+) button to add a new network.
- In the Add a new network window, enter the Network name, the Security Type, and the Security key.
- Click the Connect Automatically checkbox and then click the Save button.
METHOD 3: CONNECT TO A NETWORK FROM CONTROL PANEL
- Another way of creating a new connection for your Windows 10 is from the Control Panel.
- Click the Windows 10 icon at the bottom-left corner of the Windows desktop.
- Locate and click the Control Panel option from the right side of the menu.
- Now, click Network and Internet option and select the Network and Sharing Center.
- In the Change your networking settings section, click the option ‘Set up a new connection or network.’
- Choose the option ‘Manually connect to a wireless network’ and click the Next button.
- Enter the Network name, the Security Type, and the Security key, click the Next button.
- Click Close to close the window.
METHOD 4: CONNECT TO A NETWORK USING COMMAND PROMPT
- Click the Windows (Start) icon on the desktop screen to create new network connection Windows 10.
- Type Command Prompt in the search bar and press the enter button.
- Right-click on the Command Prompt and select the option Run as Administrator.
- The Command prompt will now open.
- Enter the command ‘netsh wlan show profile’ in the command prompt window and press the Enter button.
- Take a note of the Wireless Network profile (SSID and the name).
- Now, enter the next command, netsh wlan connect ssid=The Wi-Fi SSID name=PROFILE NAME.
- Once the command is run successfully, your Windows 10 computer will be connected to the Wireless network.
You can follow either of the four methods to create new network connection Windows 10 computer.