The solution is simple via console command to see the WLAN info on Windows 10/11, this solution is also for Windows 8.1 and seven!
The cmd and NETSH command is the best example.
Please start the cmd.exe for example via run Windows+R and cmd command: cmd /k netsh wlan show networks mode=bssid
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► Run Windows 10 command prompt (cmd.exe) in administrator mode!
FAQ 179: Updated on: 4 July 2021 11:18