Previously, WinPoin already told you about what it is Roaming Aggressiveness, including its advantages and disadvantages. Well, on this occasion, WinPoin wants to give a tutorial on how to use this Windows feature.
For those who are curious, you can check the tutorial below!
Before enabling this feature, we have to change some network settings, this is so that your Windows device can still search for other Wi-Fi networks even when it is connected. So, without further ado, you just follow these steps:
- Open Control Panel by typing “Control Panel” in the Windows search bar.
- Navigate to Network and Sharing Center.
- On the left sidebar, click Change adapter settings.
- Right click on your current network and select Status.
- Click again section Wireless Properties.
- Put a tick in the box “Look for other wireless networks while connected to this network.”
By enabling this option, Windows can search for other available networks even when you are already connected to one. After that, it’s time to set or activate Roaming Aggressiveness.
You just follow the steps that WinPoin has prepared below:
- Right click button Windows Start and select an option Device Manager.
- Next, expand categories Network adapters.
- Right click on your network adapter and select Properties followed by tab Advanced
- After that, choose Roaming Aggressiveness on the sub-menu property.
- Set the level of roaming aggressiveness from the menu Value.
- Click OK
Can’t Find Roaming Aggressiveness Settings?
For some reason, you may not find this option on the Advanced tab of your network’s Properties. This is most likely triggered by an error in the drivers on your device. You can solve this problem by reinstalling the relevant driver from the website and if it is already installed, feel free to update the driver.
Hope it’s useful