I usually change my wireless password time to time, and this makes an awkward issue in Windows 10 because there is no direct option to forget Wireless Network's password directly like we do in Windows 7. Let's see how you can easily manage Wi-Fi settings in Windows 10.
How to Forget Password for a Network in Windows 10
It was easy in Windows 7, but nowadays you have to follow the long process on your Windows 10.
- Open Settings (Win+I)
- Type Wi-Fi and choose "Change Wi-Fi setting."
- Now click on Manage Wi-Fi settings option.
- Scroll down to "Manage Known Networks."
Now you can click on an adapter name and choose to forget it and reconnect it with changed password.
All Wi-Fi adapters can be still accessible as the earlier version of Windows, by navigating to "Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center". You can also manage adapter settings directly following location:- "Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections."
Getting Back Wi-Fi Icon
Many users have reported missing Wi-Fi icon from the taskbar; improper update install may cause this issue, or notification settings might have changed. To get back Wi-Fi icon, follow below procedure:-
- Type taskbar in search or just after opening the start menu and click on "Taskbar and Navigation."
- Now click on Customize option in front of Notification.
- Now Customize Quick action options and choose Wi-Fi by changing any of Icon.
- If the problem still continuous then opt to Turn on and off "Turn System Icons on and off."
Manage Other Wi-Fi Options
You can easily manage other Wi-Fi options by simply going to Settings > Network and Internet > Wi-Fi.