Windows 10: Wireless network icon showing when I don't have a wireless card
Wireless network icon showing when I don't have a wireless card
I migrated my installation from my laptop so save reinstalling a million apps again. All went as well as can be expected.
One thing I haven't been able to sort is that I have the "airplane" icon in the notification area and my desktop doesn't actually have a wireless card. If I move the mouse over the icon I get a message "wireless communications turned off".
Is it possible to change this back to the standard network icon?
If you have those options in Settings, would seem possible.
Last edited by dalchina; 01 Dec 2016 at 02:03.
I've checked and I don't have wireless in the quick icons area. Noticed it's in the "get notifications from these senders" and clicked off but this hasn't made a difference.
And presumably the Action Centre shows nothing for Wifi?
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