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WiFi Hotspot on Windows with 2 commands

Due to smartphones and tablets, we often use Wifi hotspots. So if you need to create a Wifi hotspot on our laptop or computer you can do it very simply.
Below we will see how you can use two commands to create a wireless connection to share with other devices. (Hotspot_ (Wi-Fi))Wifi hotspot
First, you'll need to open the command line box as an administrator. To open a command prompt window look for cmd in Windows search and the icon to display right click and open as administrator.

Then type the following command to add the Wi-Fi Hotspot.

netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode = allow ssid = setHotspot key = igurupa55

Change the iguruHotspot and igurupa55 to the ssid name you want and the password you want to use respectively.
To start Hotspot, type the following command, then Enter:

netsh wlan start hostednetwork

To stop the hotspot, type the following command, then Enter:

netsh wlan stop hostednetwork




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