Windows 10 is available for both computers and tablets. These devices have multiple types of radio switches that allow them to connect to different networks and devices, such as a WiFi switch and a Bluetooth switch. So, How to Turn Off Airplane Mode in Windows 10?

On Windows 10, you can turn off WiFi and Bluetooth separately, i.e., you can turn them both off or turn one off while leaving the other on. Airplane mode in Windows 10 makes it easier to turn off all radio switches.

How to Turn Off Airplane Mode in Windows 10

Turn off Airplane mode in Windows 10

An Airplane icon will appear in the system tray if Airplane mode is enabled. The WiFi or Ethernet indicator that ordinarily signals network access will be replaced with this icon.

Airplane mode is simple to turn on or off, but if you don’t know where the control/toggle is, you might not know how to turn it off.

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1. Action Center

The Action Center is the simplest way to turn off Airplane mode in Windows 10. It may be turned on or off using a specific toggle.

  1. Tap the Win+A keyboard shortcut.
  2. In the panel that opens on the right, click the Airplane mode button.
  3. The highlight on the button will disappear indicating that it is now off.

How to Turn Off Airplane Mode in Windows 10

2. WiFi network panel

An airplane icon appears in the system tray when Airplane mode is enabled. When you click the airplane icon, the WiFi network window appears, with a toggle for setting Airplane mode on or off.

  1. Click the airplane icon in the system tray.
  2. In the panel that opens, click the Airplane toggle.
  3. The highlight on the toggle will disappear and Airplane mode will be turned off.

How to Turn Off Airplane Mode in Windows 10

3. Settings app

Airplane mode can be be turned off via the Settings menu, although this is by far the most difficult way listed here.

  1. Tap the Win+I keyboard shortcut to open the Settings app.
  2. Go to Network and Internet.
  3. Select the Airplane mode tab.
  4. Turn the switch at the top off.

4. Dedicated key on keyboard

If you’re wondering how you ended yourself in Airplane mode, it’s most likely because of your keyboard. Many keyboards, particularly those included with laptops, feature a dedicated key for turning on or off WiFi. This key in Windows 10 corresponds to the Airplane mode toggle. It will turn on Airplane Mode when you tap it, and it will switch off when you tap it again.

Look for a key that has a WiFi or antenna icon on it and press it. Airplane mode will be disabled.

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All wireless communication on a system is disabled when in airplane mode. It’s a kill switch, but it’s a gentle one that doesn’t cause more trouble than it needs to. This is a useful toggle if you ever need to fast switch the internet and Bluetooth off.