Here we will show you the steps to change the WiFi priority in Windows 11. Here we will show you different methods to modify the WiFi priority in Windows 11.
Way to Change the WiFi Priority in Windows 11
- First of all, you have to go to the Start menu, find the Command Prompt and set it up as an administrator.
- Bring out the following command in order to execute a list of all the stored networks on the Computer. Note, the network name to which you guys want to provide the higher privilege (in my case, it’s FTTH-2.4G).
netsh wlan show profiles
- Type the below command in order to get the name of the wireless adapter (in my case, it’s Wi-Fi):
netsh wlan show interfaces
- Bring out the following command in the CMD window. Ensure to modify the WiFiName, AdapterName, & Value as mentioned below:
netsh wlan set profileorder name="WiFiName" interface="AdapterName" priority=Value
- Replace WiFiName with the desired WiFi name that you guys had selected from the first command’s output.
- Similarly, you should here replace AdapterName with the output that you guys got just after bringing out the second command (in my case, it was Wi-Fi).
- You have to here replace the Value with the metric value that you guys want to assign to this WiFi. Accordingly, I wish to make it the go-to network, thus I will be offering it the top priority, which is 1.
- Placing all these values, then the above-mentioned command in my case will be converted to:
netsh wlan set profileorder name="FTTH-2.4G" interface="Wi-Fi" priority=1
Well, I hope you like the above guide. In case you guys have any questions related to this article, let us know in the comments section below.