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Windows 7 - delete old networks

Posted on 2010-09-21
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I know that there's a screen which i can manage all my current + old networks which i've connected to (wifi + wired). Plz be so kind to remind me where is it.

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Left click the little icon down by the clock that looks like a bar graph indicating the strength of your wireless connection and select "Open Network and Sharing Center".  At the top right, select "Manage Wireless Networks"
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jhill777 thx, been there.
There's another screen with ALL the networks you've ever connected to with their attributes (work\home\public), and from there it's possible to REALLY delete a network.
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Like this?  Hightlight the network and select "Remove" at the top?
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