Looking for a way to forget a Wi-Fi network on your Windows 10 device? Well you are at the right place to learn how to do that
When you connect to a wireless network in Windows 10, the operating system creates a profile for that connection, using the password, and the type of encryption that it uses. Most times, when we travel a lot, the operating system may end up storing lots of WiFi networks, so that you can easily connect to them next time you are around.
However, some wireless networks may change their settings, and you cannot connect using your old profile stored by the system. Do you know, you can actually forget the network on your Windows 10?
Here are a few steps to follow in order to solve this problem:
3. Click “Wi-Fi” on the left-hand side of the new page.
4. Once you’re there, click on “Manage known networks,” and then click on which network you want to remove from your Windows 10 device.
5. Click “Forget” to remove the stored network.