The Network Connections interface on the PC manages the entire network connection on the machine, including wired and WiFi networks. Here you will know which network you are connected to, or change the connection, fix the network connection error. Users can also change the IP address of the computer, or change the DNS on the computer also in the Network Connections interface.
Windows 10 has changed the management interface, including how to access the Network Connections interface. The following article will walk you through how to access Network Connections on Windows 10.
How to open Network Connections on Windows 10
Use the command to open Network Connections
To open the Network Connections interface, users press the Windows + R key combination to open the Run dialog box and enter the keyword ncpa.cpl.
Immediately, the Network Connections interface will open.
Search for Network Connections
In the search bar on your computer, enter “network” and click on the Network and Sharing Center.
Switch to the new interface click on Change adapter settings on the left of the interface.
Immediately the Network Connections interface also appears with network connections on the computer.
Use the network connection icon in the taskbar
Right click on the network connection icon on the desktop in the taskbar, then select Open Network and Sharing Center. Then we perform the operation as Method 2 above.
Use Power Menu to open Network Connections
Right-click the Start icon on the interface and select Network Connections, or you can press the Windows + X key combination to open the Power Menu interface. After that, the Network Connections interface will also be displayed.
So in different ways we can access the Network Connections interface on Windows 10. After entering the interface you can proceed to edit the connection, fix the network if there is a problem.