Learn How To Create A WiFi Hotspot In Windows 10 To Share An Internet Connection.


WiFi hotspots are internet access points that allow you to connect to a WiFi network using your computer, smartphone or another device while away from your home or office network.

You can use your Windows 10 PC to host a wireless hotspot for your other devices. Windows has built-in support for both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth hotspots (provided your PC has hardware for both), so you’re able to connect a wide selection of phones and tablets. Easily make your Windows 10 device into a mobile hotspot by sharing a Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or cellular data connection with other devices using the Windows 10 Wi-Fi hotspot feature.

This tutorial aims to provide a simple and easy to follow guide on how to quickly configure a Windows 10 Wi-Fi hotspot. If you would like to watch a video tutorial instead,click on the VIEW YOUTUBE TUTORIAL button below to watch it now.


In order to complete this tutorial successfully the following items are required. Please ensure to put together these items before taking implementation action on the tutorial to ensure success. These items are as follows:
1) A Desktop or Laptop PC With A working Wireless Network Interface Card.
2) An active internet connection…


1) Open the Windows 10 settings app.
2) Click on Network & Internet.
3) Click on the MOBILE HOTSPOT tab and toggle MOBILE HOTSPOT to ON.
4) Select a network interface to share your internet from.
5) Then click on EDIT to set your HOTSPOT SSID and PASSWORD.

Step 1 : Setup Wi-Fi HotSpot

1) Power up your computer, login and launch the start menu, or click on the Windows key on your keyboard. Next click on the settings gear icon to open the Windows 10 settings app.
2) Click or tap on the “NETWORK & INTERNET” option to open the Windows 10 network and internet connectivity settings.

3) Select the “MOBILE HOTSPOT” option..
4) Set the “MOBILE HOTSPOT” switch from the “OFF” position to “ON” position.
5) Select the “SHARE MY INTERNET CONNECTION” dropdown and choose the desired internet connection to share.


6) Press the “EDIT” button to adjust the “NETWORK NAME” , “NETWORK PASSWORD” , and “NETWORK BAND” options. Windows 10 has support for the 5GHz, 2.4GHz bands and you can also choose “ANY AVAILABLE” to let Windows 10 decide the Wireless band to use. The 5GHz band provides faster speeds but over a short distance whilst the 2.4GHz band provides slower speeds but over a longer distance..

7)The “TURN ON REMOTELY” feature automatically turns on the hotspot on if both devices are Bluetooth-enabled.