A network location
identifies the type of network that a PC is connected to with a network adapter.
The first time you connect to a network, you might be asked if you want to find PCs, devices, and content on the network, and automatically connect to devices like printers and TVs. Turning on this setting prepares your PC for sharing files and devices on a network. Based on the network location you choose, Windows will automatically assign a network discovery
state to the network and automatically sets the appropriate Windows Firewall and security settings for the type of network that you connected to. You can change the network location anytime.
This tutorial will show you how to add a Change Network Location
desktop context menu to toggle the current network connection to be private or public in Windows 10
You must be signed in as an administrator
to be able to add, remove, and use the "Change Network Location" context menu.