How To Remove Wireless Networks On Your Mac
Each time you connect to a wireless network with our Mac OS X handles memorize to make the process faster when we come to be in the same place.
This process can be uncomfortable, especially when the network to which the Mac tries to connect has a low signal or simply can not navigate in these cases it is best to remove it from the list of our Mac.
Well, if you’re interested in removing any Wifi network your Mac should do the following, click on the menu bar in AirPort wireless network manager for OS X, the list of available networks is displayed, giving on Open Panel Network preferences .
- A new window will appear in which you have complete information of the wireless network.
- At the bottom you will find the Advanced button, click on it …
- In this window marks the network you want to delete and gives the button – just below, already eliminated.
- A more desirable process when you detect that some networks that connect you alone has good speed, you will save