If you have multiple Wi-Fi networks in your vicinity, you must have seen that your Windows 10 laptop connects to only one particular network, even if you have saved the passwords of the other networks. The idea of choosing the preferred network sounds great as long as the connection broadcasts Internet seamlessly.
However, the same scenario can turn into a sour affair when the network in question doesn't even have Internet access or, for that matter, broadcasts at a snail's pace.
The above issue occurs because Windows has a habit of automatically assigning network connection priority to each of the saved Wi-Fi networks. Unlike a few operating system such as Android and iOS, this issue can be fixed quickly and no, we are not talking about any complex methods or third-party apps.
All you have to do is execute two simple commands in Command Prompt. That's it.
So, without further delay, let's see how to prioritize Wi-Fi networks in Windows 10.
So, this is how you can prioritize Wi-Fi Networks on Windows 10 PCs and laptops. Given that Wi-Fi has become so important to our digital lives, the option should have been included in the Network Settings, as it was on Windows 7.
But as they say, let's keep our options open for the next updates. Until then, stay glued to Guiding Tech your go-to tech guide.