Dont have a Wifi router but want Wifi,yes you can make your Laptop a Wifi router.Today I will be showing you guys how to make your Laptop a Wifi router without any software at all .

Note:-Ad-hoc network Wifi is not supported on Unrooted Android phones it is 100% supported on Apple devices and on Java phones.(Windows phone not tested).

1)Make sure that your Laptop’s Wifi is turned on.Then go to Start –> Control panel –>Network and Internet –> Network and Sharing Center.

2)Then click on Change Adapter Settings (which is on the left hand side) and then you will see 2 networks one your Laptops internet and your Laptop’s Wifi Just select both the networks and right click and click Add to Bridge.Now it will bridge both the connections.

3)Then go back to Network and Sharing Center and click on Set-up a new connection or network then a new window will be opened scroll down and select set-up a wireless Ad hoc (computer-to-computer) network and click Next (2 times).

4)Now it will ask for your Wifi Network name and password keep whatever name and password you would like but select security type as WEP and remember to check save this network.

5)Then Click Next and your Wifi network will be created.

6)Then go to Network and Sharing Center –> Manage Wireless Networks (or click the icon given below as shown in the image) there you will see your network make sure that it is connected to that network and displaying message waiting for users.

Note:-Whenever you turn off your Laptop and turn it on again the network gets disconnected so just click the network icon and connect it and make sure it shows Waiting for Users then you can connect to this network from mobile or another Laptop.

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