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How to Delete WiFi Profiles in Windows 10 Using Command Prompt

With the latest update to Microsoft's operating system windows 10, the company has unfortunately removed the ability to forget Wi-Fi networks so that you don't automatically connect to them. However, you can still do so from the command line.

To remove a profile you don't want your laptop automatically connecting to anymore, open up a command prompt as an administrator and perform the following:

1- Enter : netsh wlan show profiles


2- Refer to above shown image, suppose we want to delete the wireless network profile "Try to connect ;)". So we run this command to erase it:

netsh wlan delete profile name=”Try to connect ;)“


Be sure to note that if the wireless profile name includes spaces, it may need to be enclosed in quotations when executing the delete command.*

It's also worth noting that netsh will accept wildcards when specifying the profile name. To delete all profiles starting with "Try", type delete profile name=Try*.

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