How to Connect Your Mac With Preferred Wireless Network

by Lauren Smith Digital Marketing Expert

Your Mac remembers every wireless network you connect it with. Multiple wireless connections are available at your workplace, home, and at your favorite coffee shop. Not every wireless internet connection is safe to use with Mac. Some of them require your details by giving you access to the connection in return. So, here’s the ultimate guide by which you can connect your Mac with your preferred wireless connection.

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Forget Previously Used Wireless Networks

Internet users mostly look for gaining access to the internet connection without thinking if it’s a good connection for the device or not. One rarely remembers to forget the network used recently. If you go to several places and do the same thing, then this is the pro-tip for your convenience. You can’t tell if that wireless network is secure for your Mac or not. Always forget the used connection immediately after you’re done on the web. That network cannot connect again with your device until you don’t do it. Forgetting wireless connections saves users from online data theft and much more. 

Always Connect With The Preferred Network

Your Mac always shows you the list of wireless networks listed in the WI-FI panel. Most of the users always go with the first network they get without having the idea if the connection is strong or weak, or if the network is safe or not. If you travel a lot or visit several places, you must look for the network registered in the place’s name. Places such as offices, restaurants, bars, and airports provide wireless internet network for the public’s convenience. Most of the time, the name of a network registered with the place’s name. You can recognize it by matching the place’s name with the network and can connect it without hesitating. Every place provides secure and safe wireless networks, which primarily are privacy-focused and secure.

Mac Is Designed That Way

Like every other Windows or Android device, Mac is also designed in the way by which it remembers all the network passwords you enter whenever you find a new connection. Mac reconnects with the network immediately after coming in the range of the network. It compromises your data safety because online hackers know this tendency of people makes some serious exploitation of these people’s habits. You must keep in mind to choose a trusted and secure wireless network that can provide you no harm even later if you forget to remove it from your Mac.

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