The title pretty much says it all. Does anyone know of a good replacement for windows XP's "View available wireless networks"?
I know of NetStumbler and the like, but I'd like something which can be integrated instead of Windows network manager.
I would suggest checking the manufacturer's website of your laptop or wireless thingymebob. Nearly all new laptops I handle come bundled with some form of wireless utility from the manufacturer of the wireless hardware or the laptop. For example, the Intel hardware within a lot of the Dell Latitude models use PROSet. Asus come with their own Wireless LAN Utility, Broadcom have their own utility, Buffalo has another, the list goes on.
I think it would be better to get one intended for your specific hardware than get something generic, if you don't want to use the built-in wireless zero configuration feature.