Last Updated on April 26, 2020 by Next Century
Windows 10 usually connects to networks in this order, Ethernet, Wi-Fi and then Mobile broadband.
Whenever you connect to a new Wi-Fi network, it’s added and stored in the list of profiles by Windows. The details stored in the profile could include its name, password, encryption method used, SSID, etc.
But over a period of time, this list of Wi-Fi profiles can grow significantly and to preserve your privacy or just clean up the list, you may want to remove some Wi-Fi profiles.
Also, removing a Wi-Fi profile can also fix a common Wi-Fi network glitch with computers that could be stopping you connecting to the Wi-Fi network.
In this guide, we will show you how you can remove, delete or forget Wireless Network Profiles: