The aim of this guide is to teach you more ways of enabling and disabling the Wi-Fi module (there are more than one).
It will teach you how to activate and deactivate the Wi-Fi module on computers, smartphones, and tablets, running on:
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On a Mac computer, the Wi-Fi module can be activated or deactivated via System Preferences, by following the steps below:
To deactivate the Wi-Fi, repeat the above-mentioned steps (1-3), and click on Turn Wi-Fi Off.
If you use an older Mac computer, follow the steps below:
Note: To disable the Wi-Fi adapter, click the icon next to "-" and select Make Service Inactive. Then, click the Apply button to save the changes.
To enable the Wi-Fi on a Mac computer, follow the steps below:
To disable the Wi-Fi, click on the Wi-Fi icon and select Turn Wi-Fi Off.
Note: If you use an older Mac computer, to enable the Wi-Fi adapter (Airport),
To disable the Wi-Fi adapter, click on the wireless icon in the upper right corner of the menu bar and select Turn AirPort Off.
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