Windows 8.1 - How to delete Wi-Fi profiles
Each time you connect to a Wi-Fi network, Windows will save information about the latter. In this article you will learn how to delete the Wi-Fi profiles you no longer use.
- From the StartScreen:
- Press the Windows key + C to display the Charms bar.
- Change PC Settings > Network.
- In the left pane, click on "Manage Known networks".
- Select the network you want to remove and click on "Forget".
You can also use the netsh command to delete a Wi-fi profile via the command prompt.
- Open a command prompt (admin) and type the following commands:
- Display know networks: netsh wlan show profiles
- Delete a Wi-Fi profile: netsh wlan delete profile name="wifi_profile"