2.4GHZ Wi-Fi and 5GHZ Wi-Fi
They are two modes of Wi-Fi, the biggest difference is the range. Many routers and wireless network cards support to build a Wi-Fi on Windows with both of modes. Generally, 802.11a, 802.11g and 802.11n can work on both 2.4GHz and 5GHz, and 802.11ac can only work on 5GHz. So when you want to make a Wi-Fi hotspot, you need to check whether the device supports or not!
5GHZ Wi-Fi hotspot Not Showing in Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP
However, many users have reported that, their Windows computers can’t see or create 5GHZ Wi-Fi hotspot although their devices support it. Especially, after Windows 10 update, the feedbacks about this issues of 5GHZ Wi-Fi not showing in Windows 10 become more and more. Indeed, this problem possibly is caused by driver of wireless adapter (network card). You can try to update wireless driver for your Windows computer. Using a driver tool like Driver Talent is a good and convenient way to achieve it.
This kind of tool can help you find and download compatible driver quickly. You can need to spend much time to fix problems.
How to Make Your Windows 10 Computer as a Wi-Fi Hotspot
OK, if you have fixed Windows 10 computer can’t see 5GHZ Wi-Fi, you can try to make your Windows 10 computer as a Wi-Fi Hotspot.
It is very easy, as long as you use a Windows Wi-Fi hotspot creator. OSToto Hotspot is your best choice. This small but powerful tool can help you create a Wi-Fi hotspot via computer wireless network card in one- click. You don’t need to enter any commands and you don’t need to buy a wireless router.
After you download and install OSToto Hotpsot, it will help you turn on WiFi hotspot on Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP desktop and laptop automatically. You can set and edit the ssid and Wi-Fi password.