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Connecting Chromebooks to Wi-Fi
You can connect to a wireless network (commonly known as Wi-Fi networks) to access the Internet. Check if there are Wi-Fi networks near your location by clicking the network icon in the lower-right corner of your screen. Just click a network name to connect to it.
Enable Wi-Fi usage and connect
- Click the network icon in the lower-right corner of your screen.
- Select your network status from the menu that appears.
- Make sure Wi-Fi usage is enabled, which will allow your Chromebook to detect nearby networks. In the menu that appears, click . If you see , that means Wi-Fi is already enabled.
- Detected networks automatically show up in the menu. To connect to a network, simply select its name.
- When you see the icon in the lower-right corner of your screen, that means your Chromebook is connected to the network.
Note: Secure networks are marked with the icon and require additional information before you can connect. If you're connecting to a secure network that uses password authentication, you'll be prompted to enter a password. Choose "WPA" to use WPA or WPA2-Personal security.