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Press the Windows logo key and I at the same time on your keyboard, then the Settings app opens. 2) Click Network & Internet. 3) Click WiFi on the left, and toggle the WiFi button to On. 4) Restart your Acer laptop and try to connect to WiFi and see if it works.
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Does it see any Wifi Networks in the list?
is the wireless switch on?
Use the Wi-Fi icon located in the system tray - the section to the far right of the Taskbar. Click on the icon and here you can toggle the Wi-Fi and choose from the different available networks.
You can also follow the below steps to join a wireless network, follow these steps:
Open the Network & Internet, To do so press Windows key + I to open the Settings app, or move your cursor to the notification area and click on the network icon. The network icon will list available wireless networks. Select the network you want to connect to and then click Connect. You'll also see Network Settings near the bottom of available wireless networks. This will quickly open the Network & Internet. If you opened Network & Internet from the Settings app, the following figure will also appear:
If there's no Wi-Fi icon in the corner then you've the Wi-Fi adapter is switched off. Here's how to switch it back on.
Go to the Start Menu and select Settings. Click on Networks & Internet. Select Wi-Fi on the left pane. Scroll down and click on Change adapter options. Right click on the Wi-Fi adapter and click Enable.
Thanks please reboot and it will be fine.