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Ad-Hoc and Hotspot Functionality with Killer Adapters in Windows 10

Users may wish to create an Ad-Hoc or Hotspot network with your Killer Adapter on your Windows 10 machine.

With Windows 10, all Ad-Hoc and Hotspot functionality has been officially moved away from the drivers, and into the operating system itself. The relevant article from Microsoft can be found by clicking here. 

If you would like to create a Hotspot or Ad-Hoc network with Windows 10, click Start, type Hotspot, and press Enter. All of the relevant settings for your Hotspot network will be on that page.

Windows 10 Mobile Hotspot Screen
Windows 10 Mobile Hotspot Screen

 

 

Updated on November 5, 2019

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