The solution is simple via console command to see the WLAN info on Windows 10, this solution is also for Windows 8.1 and seven!
The cmd and NETSH commant 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: September 1th 2017 20:13