is a Windows application that shows all wireless networks in your range, along with detailed information about them. This way, you can learn more about the available access points and determine which one is the best to connect to.
During setup, the application offers to install .NET Framework and Visual C++ Redistributable unless you already have these components. It’s wrapped in a clean and intuitive interface, where all wireless networks in your range are autodetected and displayed in a list at startup.
You can check out the network name, encryption type, signal, security status, authentication algorithm, whether or not its connectable, number of BSSIDS, and other details. It’s also possible to specify the known password for any network if you wish to effortlessly connect to it.
Access points can be scanned to find out the number of good and bad connections, database, checked items, IP address, password strength, and elapsed time. A built-in database is filled with commonly used passwords but it can be modified and optimized to reduce its file size. Moreover, you can manage multiple wireless network profiles.
If a new access point is available, the application shows its signal strength and offers to connect to it. As far as program settings are concerned, you can ask the tool to run automatically every time you turn on your computer, stay on top of other windows, shut down the PC after a database scan, and so on. Three themes are supported for the interface.
The application had minimal impact on the computer’s performance in our testing. It worked smoothly with the latest Windows version. Taking everything into account, WiFi Manager facilitates a user-friendly interface and practical options to help you manage wireless networks in your range.