We all know that using Hotspot we can share internet. In android, these features used now and often. Using your laptop you can share the internet through wifi hotspot on Windows operating system. The most interesting point is, there is no need for any third party software/program to perform this.
Let’s see how to create Wifi hotspot on Windows 10.
Method 1: Create WiFi Hotspot through settings
Step 1: Open settings by pressing Windows key + I or click on the Start icon and select Settings.
Step 2: Click on mobile and Network & internet.
Step 3: After that, go to Mobile hotspot on the left panel.
Step 4: Now turn on Mobile hotspot ( Share my internet connection with other devices).
Step 5: You may not find Wifi after doing this, so change the default Wifi ID and password.
Step 6: Click on Edit button under Mobile Hotspot menu.
Step 7: Change the Network name and network password as your own choice.
That is the process. How check the WiFi Hotspot from your Windows 10 device.
Method 2: Create WiFi Hotspot through command prompt
Step 1: Open command prompt, to open this press Write cmd on the search bar and right-click on it and then select Run as administrator.
Step 2: Write the command below or copy and paste this and hit Enter.
netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=”allow” ssid=”HotspotName” key=”HotspotPassword”
Change ”HotspotName” as your own choice and choose “HotspotPassword“. Let’s assume Hotspotname is Rupam and Password is rupammaity.
Step 3: If you see the successful message, that means your Wifi hotspot name and password is created. Now the time to start mobile hotspot. Write the command below and hit enter to start hotspot.
netsh wlan start hostednetwork
Check if Wifi network is broadcasting.
Step 4: if you want to stop Wifi hotspot, write the command and hit enter.
netsh wlan stop hostednetwork
That’s the process to create Wifi hots spot in Windows 10.
Don’t forget to comment me, by which method, you created wi fi hotsspot. If you face another problem let me know.
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