Since Windows 7, Microsoft has built in the virtual WiFi technology into Windows that gives the ability to turn any Windows machine with the supported wireless adapter into a wireless hotspot natively without the helps from any 3rd party tools. A pretty feature could be very useful and handy but lacks of a pretty and easy-to-use user interface.
Let’s take look how it works first.
1. Open Command Prompt window as Administrator
You can do so press Win+X and choose command prompt (admin) from the list.
2. Type the following command to check if you have a supported wireless device.
netsh wlan show drivers
3. If yes, type the following command to set wireless parameters such as SSID, and passcode, and start the service
netsh wlanTweet this!