Trying to figure out how to turn on wifi on your Windows 10 device? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. It’s a surprisingly common issue and one that can be easily resolved. In this blog post, we’ll walk through the steps you need to take in order to get your Wi-Fi up and running in no time. Learn How to Turn on Wifi Windows 10?
How to Turn on Wifi Windows 10?
- Step 1: Make sure your wireless adapter is properly connected to your device. You should be able to see the wireless adapter in the list of devices when you open up the “Device Manager” window. If it isn’t listed, then make sure that it is securely connected and then try again.
- Step 2: Check if your wireless adapter is enabled. Right click on the wireless adapter from the list of devices in Device Manager and select “Enable” from the popup menu if it isn’t already enabled.
- Step 3: Once your wireless adapter is enabled, open up Settings on your device by clicking or tapping on its icon in the Start Menu or using a keyboard shortcut (Windows+I). Select Network & Internet from the options available and then click on Wi-Fi from the left side of the window that pops up.
- If everything is working correctly, you should see a list of available networks here which you can connect to by clicking or tapping on them and entering any security information that may be required (such as passwords).
With these three simple steps, you should now have successfully activated Wi-Fi on your Windows 10 device! If for some reason these steps don’t work for you, don’t hesitate to reach out for help from an experienced IT professional who can provide additional guidance and troubleshooting assistance for free or at a minimal cost. Good luck!