ASUS Wireless Console


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  • Create Date 15/09/2020
  • Last Updated 15/09/2020

ASUS Wireless Console

networking software utilityASUS Wireless Console

System Requirements:

Windows 7 / Windows 7 64 / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64 / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64

ASUS Wireless Console is a handy networking software utility that can help PC users to easily manage all of their wireless connections, including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G, GPS, and others. To achieve all that, Asus has taken their long experience in building various PC form factors and technologies and created one simple application where users can control the status of their wireless connections with a simple click of a button, or even perform a complete shut down of all active connections using a simple keyboard shortcut (Fn+F2).  Be aware that the only keyboard shortcut that this app supports enables switching between the user-defined “Previous setting” and “All Disable”. So when you configure your connection once, keyboard shortcut will only help you to quickly turn them all off, and return to them.While ASUS Wireless Console is not a must-have app, this fast, lightweight, and 100% FREE networking utility can enable users to more simply and quickly manage their wireless devices, making it a welcoming tool in the arsenal of both novice and seasoned PC users.

This app comes in a small installation package that can be transferred and loaded to your windows in mere seconds.  From there you can right-click on this small blue icon (“i”) and open a small window interface from where you can manage all of your present wireless connections – WLAN, Bluetooth, 3G, 4G, WiMax, GPS and UWB.After a quick download, users are required to start the installation that will guide them using only a few on-screen instructions. Once installed, ASUS Wireless Console will become a part of your taskbar icons just on the left of your desktop system clock. The number of the accessible wireless connections inside ASUS Console will differ from one PC to another depending on the presence of the communication hardware connected to it.