How to Create a Free WiFi Hotspot on Any Windows Desktop Computer

Wi-Fi has become a necessary spec in digital age. Many users want to link the Wi-Fi enabled device to Internet via wireless network for data transferring and surfing. However, when you use a desktop computer which generally don’t have wireless network feature, how to share Internet via WiFi hotspot on Windows desktop computer?

Something need to be ready to make Windows desktop WiFi hotspot

Before going to the steps for Windows WiFi hotspot creating, we need to prepare something.

Generally, a Windows desktop computer won’t be equipped a wireless network card. So desktop computer is not able to share Internet via WiFi. We need to use a USB wireless adapter as a wireless network card to broadcast network signal. You can plug it via USB port. And then desktop computer will has wireless network feature as laptop computer. This device is very important to make WiFi hotspot for desktop computer.



The Fastest Way to Turn on WiFi hotspot on Windows 10/8.1/7/XP Desktop computer

We can learn from the Internet that, Microsoft has allow user to share Internet via wireless device after Windows 7. However, today we won’t use those official setting to set up a Wi-Fi hotspot, because they are not the best. If you are interested for them, here is the detail:

So, the best way to build WiFi hotspot for Windows 10/8.1/7/XP PC is a WiFi hotspot creator program.

A useful WiFi hotspot creator can help you share Internet via WiFi without any complex commend prompts and settings. OSToto Hotspot is one of the best. It can easily make a WiFi hotspot on Windows 10/8.1/7/XP computer including Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, Vaio, etc.

As long as you install this program to you desktop computer, it will help you download and install compatible driver for USB wireless adapter if you haven’t installed for it. Then it will turn on WiFi hotspot automatically. Finally, you desktop computer has WiFi hotspot for Internet sharing.


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