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How to Remove WiFi Network on Windows 7

How to delete a wireless network profile in Windows 7 - In the previous tutorial, I explained how the steps to delete a wifi profile on Windows 8, 8.1 and 10. Deleting a saved WiFi profile is one of the troubleshooting steps if our computer cannot connect to a WiFi network.


This is usually caused by a configuration change on the WiFi SSID, for example, due to a password change, so that our computer cannot be connected, so we have to delete the wifi profile stored on our computer.
How to Remove WiFi Network on Windows 7
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An easy way to remove wifi network in windows 7

To delete a wifi profile in Windows 7, it's a little different from Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows 10, because we can delete the WiFi profile in Windows 7 with the help of a mouse, without the command line.

The trick is to right-click on the wifi icon on the taskbar.
How to Remove WiFi Network on Windows 7
  Then select the "Open Network and Sharing Center" menu.
How to Remove WiFi Network on Windows 7
After that, the "Network and Sharing Center" window will open as shown below, click on the "Manage wireless networks" menu as I marked in red.
How to Remove WiFi Network on Windows 7
Then select the SSID (wifi name) that will be deleted, then right-click and select the "Remove network" menu.
How to Remove WiFi Network on Windows 7
If the wifi profile has been deleted and you want to connect back to wifi, then you have to enter the password again.

As I explained above, removing this wifi profile is part of the troubleshooting process where the computer cannot connect to a wifi network.

Just enough tutorials this time, hopefully, useful and thank you.

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