If you are developing some software that must manage WiFi connections and settings in Windows, you will face that there are two versions of Windows that can manage WiFi settings: Windows XP Service Pack 2 and Windows Vista, and both versions use absolutely different APIs for wireless network management.
WiFi-Manager is a developer tool that allows you to manage WiFi connections and settings in Windows XP SP2 and Windows Vista using one set of API functions.
Furthermore, WiFi-Manager provides a COM interface for all API functions so you can simply control WiFi settings from VB or such .NET languages as VB.NET or C.
WiFi-Manager can enumerate WiFi adapters, available networks and get their settings. You can use it as your usual wifi manager because it also lets you connect and disconnect to those networks and even create different profiles.
WiFi-Manager is easy to use and if you find it a bit rare, don’t worry, because it also includes sample applications that will help you learn how to use it.
Windows XP SP2/SP3
Windows XP SP2/SP3 x64
Windows Vista x64
Windows 7 x64