Configuring Windows 10 to respond to the needs of utilziaodres is not difficult. The necessary options are present and simple to use, for those looking for them in the many possibilities that Microsoft offers.
These allow the system to be able to react to changes and thus adapt. An example is the possibility to turn off the WiFi network whenever a cable is connected to the network card. Here's how to do it.
Nowadays it is normal to be on the move and change spaces frequently. In each of these locations we have different network conditions, you can find WiFi networks or cable connections, having to switch.
Thus, it is important to give Windows 10 the ability to turn off WiFi whenever we connect a network cable, so that we have faster connections and even more stable. This configuration can be done in two simple ways.
# 1 – Use Windows 10 WiFi settings
In the first option they will use the settings of the network card, so to turn off the WiFi whenever the cable is connected. Start by opening the Control Panel and then inside you will have to navigate to a specific location.
Choose the option Network and Internet and then Network and Sharing Center. Click on the WiFi network to which you are connected and the status window will open. Here, click on the Properties button, then on Configure, in the new window.
Finally, and in the WiFi card properties window, click on the Advanced tab. Finally, they must choose from the list of properties the option Disconnect when a cable is connected (Disabled Upon Wired Connect) and change the setting to Enabled.
# 2 – Order the disconnect when connecting the network cable
If the previous option is not present, they must test another way. Open the Device Manager and open the Network Cards area. There they find the network card and must click on it twice to open the Properties window.
In the Properties list, choose the Priority and VLAN option and change the value to Priority activated or Priority and VLAN enabled. After these changes, Windows 10 must be restarted for the options to be assumed.
These are two simple ways to give Windows the ability to adapt to existing networks, whether they are WiFi or cable. They are thus able to guarantee the fastest connection to the Internet, without having to configure the interfaces.