In previos Windows versions I can to "click" forget the network configuration for a given wifi name.

I could'n do it in Windows 10. I try to "right click" in the network name but nothing apears. With a "left click" I see the disconect button, but lack of "forget" button. I'm looking in "settings" Network & Internet, Wi-Fi, Wireless Network Connection.


  • Click Start.
  • Click Settings.
  • Click Network & Internet.
  • Click Wi-Fi.
  • Click Manage Wi-Fi Settings.
  • Scroll down to "Manage known networks"
  • Click the network you want to forget.
  • Click Forget.

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  • Is there a program (wifi-manager) which makes this more accessible? – Justme Jun 26 '16 at 19:47

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