The solution is simple to see all computers in your wlan network on Windows-10, the solution is also for Windows 8.1 and Windows 7!
1.) ... View all Computers, Smartphones and other WLAN (wi-fi) Devices!
2.) ... View all WLAN-Networks on Windows-10!
3.) ... Disable the W-LAN (WI-FI) on Windows-10!
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Freeware Wireless Network Watcher.
Please download the Freeware Wireless Network Watcher or the Install Version
Infos from (c) Microsoft
Whenever possible, you should connect to security-enabled wireless networks. If you do connect to a network that's not secure, be aware that someone with the right tools can see everything that you do, including the websites you visit, the documents you work on, and the user names and passwords that you use. Changing your network location to Public can help minimize the risk.
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Please RUN the command ncpa.cpl for example via RUN-Command Dialog [Windows+R]
Optional you can open the Network Connections from Windows-X Menu.
Keyboard Shortcut Windows-Logo+X or Mouse Click on The Windows-LOGO
In Network Connections please do Right-Click on The WI-FI Network Adapter to disable the WI-FI network connection.
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Useful Infos from (c) Microsoft
Public wireless networks are convenient, but if they're not properly secured, connecting to one might be risky. Whenever possible, only connect to wireless networks that require a network security key or have some other form of security, such as a certificate.
The information sent over such networks is encrypted, which can help protect your computer from unauthorized access. In the list of available wireless networks, each unsecured network is labeled.
If you do connect to a network that's not secure, be aware that someone with the right tools can see everything that you do, including the websites you visit, the files you send and receive, and the user names and passwords you use.
You should not send and receive documents or visit websites that contain personal information, such as your bank records, while you're connected to an unsecured network.
FAQ 149: Updated on: September 18th 2016 20:34