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System Requirements:

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

BridgeChecker is a WiFi auto switch utility for Windows and mac OS that can automatically disable/enable wireless interfaces. Whenever your computer is connected to an Ethernet port and the link state is good, the utility can automatically turn off the IEEE 802.11 wireless network interface. This conserves IP address allocation, reduces security risks, resolves dual interface routing issues, and prolongs battery life.



Support for 32 bit and 64-bit Operating Systems

Disable adapters on PC shutdown/boot up

Runs in the background with no user input needed

Recommended Usage Scenarios

Manual interface enable/disable mode using a desktop shortcut

Interface detection based on Windows hardware device name

Hide notification area icon (sometimes referred to as system tray icon)

Automatically detect wired and wireless adapters for enabling and disabling

Default operation mode after install will disable wireless if wired connected

Custom NIC selection for automatic enable/disable the feature

Allow Windows 7 standard user account to enable/disable adapters using the Desktop shortcut

BridgeChecker will run as a service to bypass Windows UAC issues

Flexible licensing options (personal/non-commercial and company/commercial)

Deploy software and configuration settings using MSI file and options

Admin password to change the configuration

Option to whitelist adapters (e.g., virtual adapters, VPN adapters, VMware adapters)

Auto switch network connection

How to auto-switch wireless and lan on windows 7

Automatically turn off wireless

Disable wireless when hard wired

Prevent multiple Simultaneous Network Connections

Disable wireless when LAN is connected

Prevent wireless intrusion by eliminating dual-homed devices

Disable WLAN on LAN connection

Turn off Wireless on laptop

Turn off wireless when LAN connected

Disable wireless when on the physical network (LAN)

Prevent bridged networks

Disable wireless on Ethernet

Enable/disable wireless automatically

Disable wireless when cable connected

Disable wireless card when connected to LAN via Ethernet

Disable connected wireless USB Adapters when connected to LAN via Ethernet

Enable only one network adapter at a time

Automatically disable the wireless card when connected to LAN

Disable wireless when Ethernet cable plugged in

Disable Wireless adapter automatically when there is a LAN

Disable WiFi when connected to a wired physical network

Swapping between wireless and wired networking

How to auto-disable wireless on wired/LAN connect

Wireless automatically turn off when wired