Windows 11 comes with all-new settings. While Microsoft has made everything easier now on Windows11 for their users, Windows 10 addicted folks may face difficulty locating the new settings. If you are troubleshooting your Windows PC and unable to enable or disable Wi-Fi and Ethernet adapter on Windows 11, this gearupwindows article will help you.
To enable or disable Wi-Fi and Ethernet adapters, at least three easy ways are available on Windows 11. According to your convenience, you can use any of the following methods:-
- Through Settings app
- Via Control Panel
- From Device Manager
How to Enable or Disable Wi-Fi / Ethernet adapter on Windows 11 using Settings app?
Step 1. Press
Step 2. Under the list of Network Adapters, you will find all your Network Adapters, even virtual. From here, you can enable or disable any network adapter according to your choice.
How to Enable or Disable Wi-Fi / Ethernet adapter on Windows 11 via Control Panel?
If you are more familiar with Control Panel, you can also enable or disable the WiFi/Ethernet adapter on Windows 11. You need to complete the following process:-
Step 1. Open Control Panel.
To launch Control Panel, press
Step 2. In the Control Panel window, click on the Network and Internet.
Step 3. On the Network and Internet window, click on the
Step 4. Next, click on the
Step 5. Now, Network Connections will appear, where you will find all the WiFi/Ethernet adapters listed. Right on any that you would like to disable or enable.
How to Enable or Disable Wi-Fi / Ethernet adapter on Windows 11 from Device Manager?
Device Manager of Windows 11 is another good place to enable or disable the WiFi/Ethernet adapter. Perform the following steps:-
Step 1. Press
Step 2. Now, expand the list of Network Adapters and then perform a right-click to enable or disable the select device on your PC.