ManageWirelessNetworks provides an alternative to the Windows Manage Wireless Networks (aka Manage Known Networks on Windows 10).
ManageWirelessNetworks displays extensive information about every wireless profile on your system, including the network adapters not active. It also allows you to edit a single profile using the Windows default editor. You can edit the XML of the wireless profile (recommended for advanced users only), switch between manual and automatic modes, switch between WPA-PSK/WPA2PSK/AES/TKIP modes, rename the profile, rename the SSID, move profile position up and down, copy multiple wireless profiles to another wireless card on your system, and more.
For every wireless profile found, ManageWirelessNetworks will display the following information: Profile Name, SSID, Connection Type, Connection Mode, Authentication, Encryption, Key Type, Auto Switch (Yes/No), Non-Broadcast (Yes/No), Profile Position, Created Time, Modified Time, Wireless Key, and more.
As with all Nirsoft tools, this one is straightforward to use, with every feature accessible and usable for all user types (minus editing the XML of the wireless profile, which is only recommended for advanced users).
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