How do I access network and internet settings in the Control Panel?

In Windows 10, you can access Network and Internet settings in the Control Panel. To do so, open the Start menu, type “Control Panel” in the search box, and then click on the Control Panel icon.

Once you’re in the Control Panel, click on the Network and Internet category. This will bring up several different options related to internet and network settings.

The first of these is the View network status and tasks option. Here you can view the status of your network connections and make any changes desired. From here, you can set up a new connection or manage an existing one, such as changing a Wi-Fi password or reconnecting with a saved network.

The next option is the Change adapter settings. This is where you can manage all of your various connections, including local area networks, wireless, and virtual private networks (VPNs). Here, you can enable, disable, and troubleshoot any of your connections.

The third option is the Manage wireless networks. Here you can create a new Wi-Fi network, delete an existing one, or view the list of available networks. You can also manage any special settings for your wireless networks, such as setting up a secure connection.

The fourth option is the Set up a new connection or network. Here you can create a new connection, such as a wired LAN or Wi-Fi network. You can also set up a dial-up connection or configure an existing one.

The fifth and final option is the Change your network settings. This is where you can configure settings related to IP addresses, DNS servers, and other network settings. You can also change your current home/office network settings, including setting up a shared printer or configuring advanced sharing options.

So, these are the five options available in the Network and Internet category of the Windows 10 Control Panel. From here, you can easily manage all of your different network connections and settings.