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Chromebooks: Connect To WiFi

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
    1. Click the network icon in the lower-right corner of your screen.
    2. Select your network status from the menu that appears.
    3. 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.
    4. 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.

Check Connection Status

Click the status area to quickly check the state of your connection.

You're connected to the network.The number of lit signal bars indicates the strength of your network signal. If the icon is flashing, that mean the connection is being established.
You're not connected to any network.