WirelessNetConsole is a small free console-type program that scans available wi-fi networks and gives information about them. The software is quite highly specialized, but easy to configure and manage. We are going to show you how to work with it.

First of all we would like to point out that there are already such utilities on our site. We told you that they're useful for users who often forget their network password. This software is also designed for this, although if you want to improve the quality of the connection by changing the channel it will also come in handy!

The interface is multilingual, but there is no Russian version yet. WirelessNetConsole does not take much disk space. The system resources required to use it are the presence of wireless network adapter and a computer ⁄ laptop based on Windows HP or later.

How it works

As we already mentioned above, the software is console, which means that it is run from the command line.
WirelessNetConsole is absolutely free, so we recommend everyone to download the program and check its functionality and ease of use.

Program information
Title: WirelessNetConsole
Size: 22.2 kb
Operating system: Windows
Latest version: 1.0
Developer: Nir Sofer
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