How To Turn Your Laptop Into Wifi Without Software

How To Turn Your Laptop Into Wifi Without Software
Salaam beautiful peoples, today we tell you a simple way to Turn Your Pc/Laptop into Wifi without software using the command prompt. before we start you can Like our facebook page for tips & tricks, so let's get started.

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First, you have to open command prompt with administrative privileges. To do that, right click on Command Prompt icon and select Run as Administrator.

Now, we have to check whether your PC does support WiFi hotspot creation. To do so, give the following command in command prompt.

netsh wlan show drivers

Input of the command will show you results that are given in the following image. From that, check if Hosted Network is supported. If it’s a Yes, we can move on; otherwise, you cannot create a WiFi hotspot using the method.

If your WiFi network card supports Hosted Networks, you can create hotspot by giving a command. In the following command, you have to change ssid value to the desired hotspot name whereas key to your desired password.

netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=Hotspotname key=password

If it has been successful, you can see a message that hosted network mode has been set to allow and username and passphrase have been changed successfully.

Now, you have successfully created your Wi-Fi hotspot but you have to switch it on first.
To do that, give the following command to CMD:

netsh wlan start hostednetwork

Similarly, when you want to turn off the hotspot, enter the following command in CMD:

netsh wlan stop hostednetwork

On the other hand, if you want to know the details about the Wi-Fi hotspot you have created, you can give this command:

netsh wlan show hostednetwork

Success! You have created a WiFi hotspot on your Windows-powered PC using Command Prompt! Now, if you want to share the internet connection, you have to go to Network and Sharing center and enable ‘Internet Connection Sharing to that particular network - simple as that.

We hope the manual method, using Windows Command Prompt will surely help you, as each and every Windows-based PC comes with CMD.

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