Question from Cindy P.: I love your blog Rick, and I really appreciate all the great info you provide.
I’ve been following RicksDailyTips for a long time, and now I have question for you.
My company is expanding rapidly and I’ve spent the last 5 months travelling from city to city helping train all the new hires in our stores.
My laptop now has a long list of Wi-Fi networks from the hotels I’ve been staying in. I know I’ll never be staying in most of those hotels again so I’d like to remove those wireless networks.
Can you tell me how to do that? My laptop is a Dell and it’s running Windows 10.
Rick’s answer: I know how frustrating dealing with a long list of wireless networks can be Cindy. Luckily, it’s very easy to remove unwanted networks in Windows 10. Here’s how:
1 – Click the Start button.
2 – Click Settings.
3 – Click Network & Internet.
4 – Click Manage Wi-Fi settings. Now, if you scroll to the bottom of the page you should see a “Manage known networks” section that lists all the Wi-Fi networks that your laptop knows about.
5 – Find the first wireless network that you want to remove and click on it, then click Forget.
6 – Repeat step 5 until you have removed all the networks that you want to get rid of.
7- When you are finished, click the X in the top-right corner of the window to exit the Settings app.
That’s all there is to it Cindy. Good luck!
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