How to delete old wireless profile

How to delete an old wireless profile, which may have an old wireless password, which may be causing issues connecting to your Wi-Fi.  Sometimes, Wi-Fi security settings changed on the router, then your Wi-Fi connection keeps trying to connect to your Wi-Fi, but the information which is saved does not match, so you will have to delete or change.  Here is how to delete and re-enter correct info to fix your wireless issues.

  1. Go to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Network and Sharing Center
  2. In the tasks pane, click Manage wireless networks.
  3. Right-click the connection you want to delete, and then clickRemove network.
  4. In theManage Wireless Networks – Warning dialog box, click OK.

The connection is removed from the list of wireless connections that you can view or modify.  If you still have issues, you may want to try disabling your Wi-Fi adapter and re-enabling.  Hope this helps some of the users out there.  Will post some other ways later on too.



How to upgrade to Windows 10

Upgrading Windows 10, is very easy and most likely you will love it, especially if you are tired of tiles using windows 8 and 8.1.  Windows 10 has remove the big tiles and put smaller with star menu, but you can choose to close it, if you don’t like or add, those of who likes it.  There are many features you will like and some you don’t like, but reality is this is the way of technology going, so get up to date.  Privacy is major to end users, but truth is if you are going to use the technology there is no ways to hide it.  If you want to hide it then don’t use internet, which is simplest way to put it.  Think about it, everyone who uses a internet, is somehow connected to another device, and that device have to know what you are looking for and where you are located, in order to give you the info back, which you are requesting.  Yes, there are many ways to hide it, using software/hardware devices, but why would you want to do that?  Anyways, there is how to upgrade to Windows 10, and if you don’t like after upgrading you will have 1 month to go back to which ever Windows you were using.  I would recommend that you backup your data, just in case, even though everything should stay the same as far as data, application should also be upgraded.  There may be a case older application might not run.

To get started, Click on Window Icon on bottom right Conner near clock

update: If you don’t find the Windows Icon you can download the tool from Microsoft from here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

Then click on “OK, let’s continue

Then it goes through a quick check of your hardware and software:

 

If everything goes well you will get the policy, read it and click Accept to continue

Then you will see Preparing for the upgrade message

 

You will get an option after to choose to schedule it for later or Start the upgrade now

It will take some time to upgrade, it all depends on things like, how fast your hardware and how big data size, etc.…

Once it reaches 100% it will automatically restart your computer.

Then you will see the new Windows 10 screen finishing up the updates, it may restart several times.

 

That’s it, now if for some reason you don’t like it, you will have up to one month before going back to whichever Windows you were running before the upgrade.  Here is how to, on the search type settings then click on Recovery then click on “Go back to Windows” yours might say Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 click on Get started to start the process.



How to Change Screen Resolution on Windows 10

Why would you want to change the resolution?  If Icons or texts are too small then you can decrease the resolution, it will make your Icons and text bigger, but it would not be clear.  If your Icons are bigger and want smaller and clear, then you would increase the resolution.

To change the screen resolution on your Windows 10 computer, all you have to do is right-click anywhere on an empty area of your desktop, and then choose Display Settings

 

Click on Advanced display settings

 

Then based on your computer hardware you will have options to increase or decrease the Resolution.

Once you find the right setting, which works for you and then click on the  Apply to see the change.

 

You will see a screen with the message:

Keep these display settings?  Reverting to previous display settings in 15 seconds and counting down.  If you don’t click on Keep changes, it will automatically revert back.

That is it.  There are other settings you can find by installing the display driver software for your computer hardware, which gives you a lot more options.



How to Setup VPN on Windows 10

Setting up VPN on Windows 10 is similar to Windows 7 and 8, looks might be little different.  You will need the VPN server information to connect, your system administrator needs to give permission before you can connect.

  1.  Right click on the “Network icon” then Click on “Open Networking and Sharing Center
  2. Click on the “Set up a new connection or network
  3. Then choose the “Connect to a workplace” then Next
  4. Click on the “Use my Internet connection (VPN)
  5. Then fill in your VPN details:
    Type in Internet address: “VPN_address or IP”
    Destination name: Name the connection this will show on your network name (similar to your Wi-Fi name)
    Then Click “Create

That is it, now you can connect to your new VPN connection by clicking on “Network Icon” you will see whatever you named your VPN.  Note: if you have checked the “Remember my credentials” box, then it will connect to your VPN automatically, otherwise it will prompt you for username and password.