Windows 7: Delete Wireless Internet Connection (if useless)

It must be very annoying if you’re using only wired internet connection to your computer or PC, when there is an wireless internet connection icon sitting beside the “Local Area Connection” and your wired connection. If you try to delete it, it may not go. Here is the solution for deleting your wireless icon sitting in your computer.

Goto Start >> Control Panel

Select, “Network and Internet”.

 Windows 7: Delete Wireless Internet Connection (if useless)

Select “Network and Sharing Centre”

 Windows 7: Delete Wireless Internet Connection (if useless)

Select “Change Adapter Settings” on the left pane.

 Windows 7: Delete Wireless Internet Connection (if useless)

Right-click on your wireless Internet connection’s icon. Select the "Disable" option to disable the connection. You cannot delete a wireless Internet connection from your computer while it is enabled and active.

 Windows 7: Delete Wireless Internet Connection (if useless)

Right-click again on your wireless Internet connection’s icon. Click "Delete" to delete this wireless Internet connection from your computer.

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  • Aloof_one

    okay, so now let me delete all the different connections in the taskbar’s button that shows wireless networks available. hint: MY router is set to an unnamed SSID and a password, so i put it in 3 seperate times like a dope. how do i delete ConnectionName1, ConnectionName2, ConnectionName3 if they all stem from the SAME connection?

  • Avlcpa85

    Doesn’t work with “NativeWiFI Default Profile” – whenver you delete, it just keeps coming back.  I’m amazed that I’ve found post after post about this problem on the internet and neither Microsoft or Netgear seem to have anyh answer for this.  We need a patch or an explanation!!!

  • Sakar Chugh

    Thanks for you help. :-)