How to Change Network Profile Status in Windows 10

Keep in your mind that the Network Settings and UI settings is totally strange from the Windows 7 and Windows 8 and 8.1 as well. It is not very easy to change Change Network Profile Status in Windows 10. This tutorial shows you the simple ways to change the Network Profile status in Windows 10.

Remember that when you log into your Windows 10 Computer very first time, it will ask you Network type. You need to select the Network type as either Home or Public. If you want to change the Network profile status later then go through this tutorial to know the simple tip to change the network profile of Windows 10.

Alright, If you select the Network Profile type as Home, then windows 10 will setup your network profile as Private and it will turn ON the Network Discovery.

How to Change Network Profile Status in Windows 10

How to Change Network Profile Status in Windows 10

If it is Public Network then the discovery and the access will be limited. For an instance, if you like to access your Windows 10 computer remotely or browse the PC and accessories, devices on your local network, then you have to change the Network Profile status as Private – ie. Home.

As per the circumstances, you need to change the Network profile status in windows 10 accordingly. I will share that how do you change the Network profile easily.

How to Change Network Profile Status in Windows 10

Let’s see that how to Change the Network profile from Private to Public in Windows 10 ?

  • Click Start >> Settings >> Network & Internet.
  • Now click on Wi-Fi. You will see the list of known networks¬†/ available wireless connection / networks.
  • Ethernet section has the list of Cabled Networks.
  • Now select the Network Profile which you need to Edit.
  • Go to Advanced Options now.
  • Now Toggle Find devices and content OFF to switch to a Public Profile.

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