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Wireless Network - Remove

How to Remove a Wireless Network in Windows 7
Published by Orbital Shark
26 Oct 2010
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How to Remove a Wireless Network in Windows 7

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This tutorial can be used to show you how to remove a wireless network from within the Network and Sharing Center.

This can prove handy if you are having internet connectivity issues whereby you can connect to the network but it has limited access.

Here's How:
1, Right-click the network icon on the taskbar.

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You can also access it through Control panel 'Network and Internet' followed by 'Network and Sharing center'

2, Once open, click 'Manage Advanced Networks' in the left hand panel
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3, Left-click the wireless network you wish to remove, then click 'Remove' from the panel above
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You can also right-click the network and select remove from the context menu

4, Confirm deletion by clicking 'Yes' on the confirmation box
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20 Nov 2010   #1

Operating System : Windows 7 Home Premium Edition 6.01.7600 SP1 (x64)

nice tutorial

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