Windows 10: change network settings per network

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    windows 10 enterprise
       25 Mar 2016 #1

    change network settings per network

    I connect to different wireless networks with my laptop. some networks don't have dhcp and require setting a static IP. the problem is that setting a static IP sets it for ALL networks. sure- there is the additional setting tab- but that only helps with one "dhcp-less" network and makes establishing a connection much slower.

    I was hoping to find a network manager (built in - or third party) similar to what android or linux have, where settings are saved per network.

    anyone knows of a solution?
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