We’ll learn how to join or connect to Wi-Fi network in Windows 11 in this post. The process of connecting to a Wi-Fi network in Windows 11 has changed slightly. On the taskbar, there is no longer a dedicated connection icon for accessing Wi-Fi connection settings.
Quick Settings is a feature in Windows 11 that combines the Wi-Fi, sound/speaker, and battery buttons in the right corner of the taskbar. Each icon can be viewed individually by hovering the cursor over it, but clicking on a single button will open the Quick Settings pop out window automatically.
You can access and connect to Wi-Fi connections from the Quick Settings pop-out box on Windows 11, as well as disable and enable Wi-Fi.
Many new features and a new user desktop are included in Windows 11, including a centered Start menu and taskbar, rounded corner windows, themes, and colors that make any computer look and feel modern. Follow the steps below to get started connecting to a Wi-Fi network on Windows 11.
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How to join a Wi-Fi network on Windows 11
As previously stated, you can connect to any Wi-Fi network from the Quick Settings area on the taskbar or the Windows Settings app in Windows 11.
The highlighted box below is the Quick Settings box. To open the Quick Settings pop out window, simply click any of the icons on the Taskbar.
Then, in the upper portion of the box, click on the right-facing caret on the Wi-Fi symbol.
On Windows 11, you can also turn on or off the Wi-Fi switch from this window. When you turn on the Wi-Fi switch, Windows will start displaying Wi-Fi connections that are within range of your computer.
Choose the Wi-Fi connection you want to connect to from the list, then type the password and connect.
When you type in the Wi-Fi password correctly, it should connect as shown below.
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How to connect to a Wi-Fi from Windows Settings
You can also connect to a Wi-Fi network using the Windows Settings app.
The majority of Windows 11’s settings can be found in one place. Everything can be done from the System Settings pane, including system configurations, new user creation, and Windows updates.
Use the Windows key + I shortcut or go to Start> Settings to get to System Settings. Alternatively, you can use the taskbar’s search box to look for Settings. After that, choose to open it.
The image below shows how the Windows Settings pane should look. Click Network & internet in Windows Settings, then Wi-Fi in the right pane of your screen, as shown in the image below.
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Make sure the Wi-Fi switch is turned on, then select Show available networks.
Windows 11 now displays a list of all available wireless networks. Choose the connection you want to connect to from the list.
Windows should connect once you type in the correct password.
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