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How you can Add Missing Network Profile in Window 10?

by grace edens (2022-01-14) - Windows 10 automatically sets a WiFi or Ethernet network to public. Windows 10 by default applies the profile "Public" for every network that you connect for the first time. This WiFi networking profile is going to be in the public profile unless you switch it to 'Private'. Windows 10 provides three network profiles, namely "Public", "Private" and the 'Domain' profile. The profile 'Domain' is only available to users of the enterprise edition that comes with Windows 10. Windows 10 considers the 'Public profile to be safer and more stricter because in this profile , the computer isn't able to be identified by other PCs sharing the same network. sharing of printers and files is turned off by default.

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