I would like to have it so that my computer sets its IP address statically depending on which network that it is connected to. I have 3 Networks that I regularly use and it seems that with Windows I can only set a static IP for each interface. I am aware of DHCP tables, but unfortunately one of the routers crashes every time I even open the DHCP table list. I use Linux and Android on a regular basis, and they let you do this. For some reason with Windows I can't seem to figure out how. Am I missing something or is there some software I can install which will handle this for me?
In the related questions, I found this: Unique IP address settings (static/dhcp) per wireless network?
So this question is probably considered a duplicate, but It only gives you 6 free connections, after that you have to pay 20 euros for the full version. I would prefer a free solution though or a way to do it natively in windows. Something as simple as this should be free.