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On Windows, the window Network connections displays all the network interfaces of your computer and the network cards associated with them: you will find your physical network cards (Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc.) as well as virtual network cards.

Using the Network Connections window, you can:

  • Enable or disable a network interface
  • Configure the IP address and DNS servers of a network interface
  • Configure Internet Connection Sharing
  • Activate or deactivate network protocols (TCP / IPv4, TCP / IPv6, LLDP, etc.)

In this tutorial, we will see how to open the Network connections Windows 10 in a few different ways.

Open Network Connections in Windows 10

via Settings

To access network connections, you can go through Settings:

  1. Open them Settings > Network and Internet.

    i Trick : you can access this window more quickly via the Quick Link menu > Network connections.

  2. In Status, under Advanced network settings, click Change adapter options.
  3. The Network Connections Control Panel window opens.

Congratulation ! Now you know how to open network connections on Windows 10 through Settings. 👍

via the ncpa.cpl command

To open network connections, you can use the ncpa.cpl command (Network Connections Control-Panel Stub):

  1. Open the Run command.
  2. Come in ncpa.cpl.
  3. Click on OK.
  4. The Network Connections Control Panel window opens.

Congratulation ! Now you know how to open network connections on Windows 10 via ncpa.cpl command. 👍

via Research

To open network connections, you can go through Search:

  1. Open Search.
  2. Start typing the words “show connections”.
  3. Click on View network connections.
  4. The Network Connections Control Panel window opens.

Congratulation ! Now you know how to open network connections on Windows 10 through Search. 👍

via Control Panel

To open network connections, you can go through the Control Panel:

  1. Open the Control Panel.
  2. Click on Network and Internet.
  3. Click on Network and Sharing Center.
  4. In the left pane, click Change map settings.
  5. The Network Connections Control Panel window opens.

Congratulation ! Now you know how to open network connections on Windows 10 through Control Panel. 👍

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