There are multiple wifi networks available on campus. I have noticed that on the primary network, certain important websites (Google) have extremely long load times. This can be resolved to switching to separate networks. This normally wouldn't be a big deal, except that the key server for certain software licenses provided by the school only works on the primary network. So it is a hassle to do a google search and use the software, because this requires manually going back and forth between networks.
If I were to get a USB WiFi adapter and plug it in to my computer, could I be simultaneously connected to multiple separate WiFi networks?
Is this supported by Windows 10 / MacOS / Linux / Unix?
These related questions focus on multiple network adapters for bandwidth, which is not the purpose of this question, and these don't answer my question. Using two wireless NICs at the same time on Windows 10 desktop PC Connect multiple WiFi networks simultaneously