How to Refresh the Wi-Fi

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Refreshing the Wi-Fi is a great way to give yourself a speed boost. Refresh the Wi-Fi with help from an expert in information systems, programming languages, web development and network security in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Luke, and this is "how to refresh the Wi-Fi." If you'd like to refresh the list of Wi-Fi networks available to you, to see which one's are in range, or which one's you're available to connect to, the first thing you're gonna wanna do is navigate to the bottom right task bar, where you see Wi-Fi connections. Right-click, and hit open network and sharing center. In the top left, you can click manage wireless networks, and then here, in the top bar, you'll see a refresh symbol. This will refresh the Wi-Fi networks in your manage Wi-Fi networks. Another quick option to do this is to simply left-click on the wireless tab. This will show you all the Wi-Fi networks in range. The button with the up and down arrows is the refresh button. Left-click it and it'll refresh all Wi-Fi networks in range. If you'd like to connect and disconnect to the Wi-Fi network you're currently connected to because you're experiencing connectivity troubles, click on it, hit disconnect, and then double-click to reconnect. This can help solve any internet connectivity issues that you may be experiencing when on Wi-Fi, and that's it!

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