If you choose Yes , you will “allow your PC to be discoverable by other PCs and devices on this network” , and it’s what you should do if you are connecting to your home or work wireless network.If you are connecting to a public wireless network, choose No.If you don’t choose anything and simply close this dialog, you should know that Windows 10 will set this new network as public, by default.Warning: Be very careful if you connect to unsecured wireless networks such as wifi ‘hotspots’ in public places.
If you don’t see one of the network icons below or a similar one, select Up arrow icon to see if it appears there.Step 2: Make sure that the device you're going to use is a.) Capable of connecting to the internet and b.) Capable of connecting to wifi.Step 3: Find out the name of the wifi network that the router in your location is transmitting.That's right, each wifi network has its own unique name. Step 4: Once you know the name of the wifi network, use your chosen device to find it.Sometimes this can be a sequence of random numbers and letters if it was set by default on the router — but people often personalise the name of a wifi network to help users identify its owners. This will vary between devices (depending on whether you're using a Windows or Mac computer, or a mobile device).
The benefit of wifi is obvious: a wireless internet connection means our devices are not tied to a fixed location within a property.