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Is it possible to "refresh wireless networks" in Windows 8

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    64-bit Windows 10


    You're most welcome Koah.

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    Windows 8.1


    In Windows 8.1 the refresh button is at the top right of the network page..... It looks like a refresh arrow on a web browser...
    To the right it says Search Network....... Or tap the F5 key......
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  3. #13


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    win 8.1


    Thanks to OB1KnObE for finally answering the original question: F5 refreshes wifi.
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