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Windows 10 PPPoE Setup Settings
Now, connecting to a network has become far easier. You will just have to connect a wireless router and the computer using the correct credentials. But there was a time when Wi-Fi wasn’t even a thing, and everyone relied on broadband connections to connect to the internet. On rare occasions, you might have come across people who use broadband connections even now. Most of the users use the Wi-Fi network to get the most by connecting all devices to the broadband network. Now, Wi-Fi routers have made things even more straightforward, and you can log in to the configuration page and do your Windows 10 PPPoE setup on a router.
It is not always important that you have a wireless router to share the broadband connection, even though routers have high chances. We will now come to say that setting up the PPPoE on Windows 10 is far more complicated compared to setting up PPPoE on the Windows 7 or Windows 8 Operating Systems.
We will now be showing you the steps for Windows 10 PPPoE setup settings.
- Turn on your Windows 10 computer.
- Click the Windows (Start) icon located at the bottom left corner of the desktop screen.
- Now the menu will open, locate and click the Control Panel option.
- Perform a double-click on the Network and Internet menu.
- Click the option View network status and tasks option.
- Click the option Set up a new connection or network.
- In the Set Up a new connection or Network window, select the option Connect to the internet and click the Next button.
- Then select the Broadband option.
- On the next page, you have to enter information from your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
- Type the Username and Password in the respective fields, and then click the Connect button.
- You will now see the icons and the message You are connected to the internet.
- Click the Close button.
- You have now created a PPPoE connection on your Windows 10 computer and completed the Windows 10 PPPoE setup.