Windows 7 makes it easy to save your wireless network settings, so you don’t have to remember them. All you need to do is save the settings on to a USB stick. You can then import the settings on other laptops and netbooks that you want to connect to your wireless network.
To save your wireless network settings in Windows 7:
- Open the Control Panel, select Network and Internet and select Network and Sharing Center.
- Click the Manage wireless networks link.
- From the list of wireless networks, select the wireless network for which you want to save the settings. The properties window for the wireless network appears.
- Click the Copy this network profile to a USB flash drive option. The Copy Network Settings wizard launches.
- Insert a USB flash drive and click Next.
- Click Close once the settings are copied to the USB drive.
With the settings now saved on the USB drive, you can import them on laptops and netbooks running Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP.
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