Windows 10: wifi connection

  1.    29 Apr 2017 #1

    wifi connection


    hi there,
    i use my laptop both at work and home. the problem is my home wifi should be set to automatically obtaining ip and so on. but the work wifi needs to enter the ip, dns and so on manually.
    every time i move from home to work or return to work i have to change these settings!!
    why is my android mobile phone is smarter than my windows 10 laptop?!! it automatically understands where i am and connects me at once.
    SO, how can i make my windows 10 laptop automatically connects to any wifi network after i once make the needed settings (automatic or manual settings), exactly like how my android mobile does??!!

    thanks
    mohamed
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