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PostPosted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 7:26 am 
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After you have spent some time travelling with your notebook you may find that Windows has built up a long list of Wi-Fi networks that you have previously been connected to.

Some of these networks may never be used again, however the option to connect to them keeps popping up every time you wish to connect to a Wi-Fi connection.

If you are running Windows 8.1 there's an easy way to remove those old Wi-Fi networks from your list of remembered networks.

1 – Press the Windows+C key combination to open the Charms Bar.

2 – Select Settings.

3 – Select Change PC settings.

4 – Select Network>Connections.

5 – In the “Wi-Fi” section, select Manage known networks.

6 – To remove a network from the list of known networks, just select the network you wish to remove and click Forget.

7 – Repeat step 6 for each network you want to remove.

That's it!




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