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How to Enable/Disable Wireless Network in Windows 7? By dwarkarao
Wireless networks are used most widely these days. The recent wireless network that is been used Wireless-N 802.11n. Many of us are unaware of the way to enable the same. Enabling and disabling this feature is a cake walk. The following step will help you how to do so.
Step 1: Click on start and select control panel.
Step 2: Select the option “System and Maintenance”
Step 3: Chose Device manager from the system and maintenance window.
Step 4: Enter the admin password if prompted.
Step 5: Double click on the Network Adapters to expand it.
Step 6: After expanding the network adapters select the appropriate network and select the action that you want to do for the network.
In this way you can select any network that can be supported at that point of time and later on you can just change it to any other. Earlier it was thought to be a tedious process as you have go to the network connections and all but I do not think that now you feel so.
By following the above steps you can enable and disable which ever network you want to. Isn’t this a cake walk? Try it.