[Solved] How To Fix WIFI Issue In Windows 10 | WIFI Not Showing

Wifi not showing

Windows is world’s biggest operating system in terms of users. The classic design and ease to work make it very likable all around the world. But as on any other software, windows operating system too can get into some software issues and may change some settings.

Now a days due to some software’s, user are facing major issue regarding WIFI and its settings visibility. This issue arises when the drivers of LAN are either not properly configured or not installed. So in this tutorial we are going to fix WIFI issue in Windows 10 (i.e.: WIFI not showing).

Windows 10 Wifi not showing
Issue: Here in Image you can see in networks tab there is no WIFI option available.

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Fix WIFI Issue In Windows 10 | WIFI Not Showing

  • Right click on Windows icon from left side bottom and select “Run” and type “devmgmt.msc” and press “Ok“. As shown below.

Windows 10 Wifi not showing

  • Now a device manager tab will pop up and search for network adapters and under it you will find something similar to “Wireless Network Adapter” As shown below.

Windows 10 Wifi not showing

  • Right click on “Wireless Network Adapter (The name may vary in your case) and selectUpdate driver software” as shown below to fix WIFI not showing issue in Windows 10.

Windows 10 Wifi not showing

  • Now choose second option “Browse my computer for driver software” and select “Let me pick from list of device drivers on my computer” as shown below.

Windows 10 Wifi not showing

  • If you are unable to see any drivers click on “Show compatible hardware” to see drivers. Once they are visible choose any one from the list and click “Next” to fix WIFI not showing issue in Windows 10.

Windows 10 Wifi not showing

  • Now let software install completely and observe changes you will see WIFI is enabled now. If still not enabled restart the PC/Laptop & repeat the process above with different driver. This will surely fix WIFI not showing issue in Windows 10.

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I am Vaibhav Kulkarni, Blogger By Passion, Civil Engineer By Profession. I am Tech Enthusiast and Travel Lover. I started my journey 3 years back with some ideas and no coding experience. I was always fascinated with technology and its credibility. I firmly believe in “Creating jobs rather than asking for one”.

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