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How to setup and configure Wi-Fi for home
Set up a secure and efficient Wi-Fi network for home.
What's wrong with my Wi-Fi connection?
Dropped Wi-Fi connection or slow Internet speed? Not a problem if you know how to figure out and fix Wi-Fi issues fast in Windows 10.
My Biggest problem is when computer acts up is it internet
I have this thing about is it my computer or is it my internet connection.. So when reset one or other and then the other and find out that did not fix it. I start looking into my Computer see what up and support awesome always and They need more thanks I say for what do for all..I pretty good now when comes to figuring out what is up .I still get stumped for sure
Quick Start Guide to Windows 10
Whether you’re picking up a Windows device for the first time or you’re a long-time computer user transitioning from Windows 7, here’s what you need to get up and running on Windows 10 quick and easy.
Let's talk VPN's. Are they really necessary ?
Back when I was an active participant in the producing section of society, (I'm now retired). I used a VPN for connecting my laptop to many hotel/motel/restaurants' WIFI. This of course was in the days before tethering to my cell phone was allowed (cough, cough) and of course unlimited data plans. Today however there seems to be an abundance of free WIFI from stores, cable companies, and even some municipalities. What I've also noticed when I'm out and about is, that if there is a WIFI connection available, and I'm not connected to it, it will try and connect, there by almost stifling what I am trying to access. An example would be an Excel file. When that happens I simply shut the WIFI off, and go on about my business using my data plan. Given that tantalizing tidbit of information, and the fact that about the only place I consciously connect to WIFI is home, is a VPN in my case really necessary?
Shoutout for Microsoft Teams 🤩
We are more than aware of the ongoing situations with CoVid19. ☹ Many people have been confined to their homes or, self isolating for their health protection. For those people who are confined (like a contributor to this platform) as an example, they are able to carry out their job responsibilities from home because many of us live in a connected world. This could not have been possible without the advancement of computer technologies to the level as they are today. Just imagine this kind of situation 20 years ago?! Having just been contacted by an individual who is working under these conditions, they expressed the opinion and I quote 'thank goodness I am able to do this'. My colleague is using Windows 10. So Microsoft please accept this person's thanks. Guys you are cosmic 😃 and so are the people using this platform, offering their help and advice to other contributors - co cool .
Account protection: Set your strongest Windows sign-in
Set a strong sign-in and monitor account security in Account protections.
Firewall & network protections: Keep unwanted online traffic out
Check up on your Windows Defender Firewall protection.
What can we do to improve your experience with our website
What can we do to improve your experience with the Windows Community website? What would you like to see, read or get more information on?
Device performance & health: Checkup for your PC's wellness
Monitor four key areas that impact your device's performance on Device performance & health.
A wireless network at home lets you get online from more places in your house. This article describes the basic steps for setting up a wireless network and starting to use it. Get the right equipment. Before you can set up your wireless network, here’s what you’ll need: Broadband Internet connection and modem. A broadband Internet ...
Connect to a Wi-Fi network in Windows 10. Content provided by Microsoft. Applies to: Windows 10. Whether you're at home, work, or out and about, chances are you'll find a Wi-Fi network that you can connect to for Internet access. Select the Network icon on the taskbar. The icon that appears depends on your current connection state.
If you forgot your Wi-Fi network password, you can find it if you have another Windows PC already connected to your Wi-Fi network. After you find your password, you can use it on another PC or device to connect to your Wi-Fi network.
Connect to Wi-Fi. Content provided by Microsoft. Applies to: Windows 10 Mobile. Select Product Version. Whether you're at home, work, or out and about, chances are you'll find a Wi‑Fi network that you can connect to for Internet access. Connecting to Wi‑Fi gives you another way to get online and can help you save cellular data, too.
With its built-in Wi-Fi, you can connect your Surface to a wireless network and browse the Internet, get apps from Microsoft Store, send email messages, and access other computers and devices on your network.