Windows 10: Fewest clicks to disconnect/reconnect to the Internet Solved

  1.    02 Jul 2018 #1

    Fewest clicks to disconnect/reconnect to the Internet

    Hi,I occasionally need to disconnect from the Internet and would be grateful if someone would let me know the quickest way to disconnect and reconnect preferably via a desktop iconThanks
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  2.    02 Jul 2018 #2

    Something like this might help:

    InternetOff is a simple freeware (program) that lets you toggle or turn off the internet connection on your computer with just a click.

    A bit more DIY:

    Turn the Internet connection on or off - gHacks Tech News
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