How can I manage my network connection settings in Windows Control Panel?

Network connection settings in Windows Control Panel can be managed by accessing the Network and Sharing center. This can be done by following the steps below:

1. Open the Windows Control Panel. Depending on which version of Windows you are running, the Control Panel may either be available from the Start menu or through the Settings link in the taskbar.

2. Once in the Control Panel, navigate to the Network and Sharing Center. This option will be located in the top row of options within the Control Panel, under the Network & Internet heading.

3. In the Network and Sharing Center, all of your network connections will be listed. From this page, you can view information about each connection and make changes to how they are set up.

4. To modify a network connection’s settings, click on it to select it and then in the upper-right corner of the window click on the Change Adapter Settings link.

5. Once in the adapter settings window, you can modify the settings for any of your active network connections by right-clicking on them and choosing Properties.

6. Finally, within the Network Connection Properties window, you can customize any of the settings associated with the connection. Commonly modified settings include the IP address, the subnet mask, the DNS server, the gateway, the MTU size, and the network type (Public or Private).

Once you have completed making your desired changes to the network connection’s properties, click OK and the settings should take effect.

By following the steps outlined above, you can easily manage your network connection settings in Windows Control Panel.