First, click on the network icon in the tray to see if flight mode is turned on on the right side of the pop-up bar and turn it off if it is turned on. Then find the private wireless network SSID (wireless network broadcast name) in Wi-Fi, and click Connect.
Second step, then, enter the security key for the private wireless network in the white box, and if you feel the input is wrong, you can click the Eye icon on the right to see what you have entered, confirm it and click Next.
The third step, if the network security key input is correct, the computer already can connect to the Internet through the wireless network, can start to use. Of course, the last step in wireless network connectivity is to enable sharing between computers and connect to devices on this network. In general, if you have two or more computers connected to a wireless network, and you need to share files, printers, and so on, click the second item "Yes, enable sharing and connect to a device for your home or work network," or click the first item "No, do not enable sharing or connecting to a network that the device uses in public places." As shown in figure:
Fourth step, advanced use: On a network that is already connected, right-click to set show/hide estimated data usage, set to connect by flow/No flow rate, forget this network, enable or turn off sharing, view connection properties, figure:
The fifth step, showing or hiding the expected data usage, can show or hide the amount of time and traffic from when you first intervened in the network. Click Reset to return the count to 0 to start again. Set to connect by flow or no flow rate, you can let Windows 8 determine whether to automatically start Windows updates and download updated hardware drivers from the network.
Step sixth, forget this network, you can let Windows 8 forget this connection password, sharing settings and other information, equivalent to "never connected this network." Enable or turn off sharing, which is the same as the third step to connecting to a wireless network, where manual modifications can be made. View connection properties, where you can modify the wireless network password and encryption method, as well as some wireless network connection settings.
With the above six steps, you can implement a wireless network connection in a Windows 8 system!
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