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Windows 10 - Network and Internet

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In this video we take a look at how simple it is to view your Network card from Settings and how you can limit data usage and see what application is using the most data.

Video Steps

1. Click Start

Click the start button and then click on Settings.

2. Launch Network & Internet

In the settings window click on Network & Internet.

3. View your Network Status

View what your current connection link speed is and set limits plus view what is using data
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