Change Network Adapter Priority in Windows 10
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The first thing that we need to do is right-click the lower-left corner of the screen.
Then, we click "Control Panel".
When "Control Panel" opens, we need to simply click "Network and Internet" on the left side of the window.
Now, we need to click "Network and Sharing Center" on the right side of the window.
Then we need to click "Change adapter settings" on the left side of the window.
When "Network Connections" opens, we need to press the "Alt" key on the keyboard.
A bar will appear at the top of the window.
We need to click "Advanced" in the menu.
Then, we click "Advanced Settings..." A new window will open.
In this window, we will see several connections. In this case there are "Ethernet", "WiFi", and "(Remote Access connections)".
To set the priorities, we need to make the connection move up.
In this example, "Ethernet" is prioritized over "WiFi". To change it, "WiFi" is clicked.
Then, we click the up arrow button on the right side of the window.
We wait for the connection to move. "WiFi" will have the priority.
Then, we click "OK".
We might need to restart the computer.
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Video: Change Network Adapter Priority in Windows 10
Recent edits by: Anonymous, VisiHow, Lukward Thomason