Connecting to WI-Fi network with a perfect signal isn’t always a simple job, but you have the best solution working with WifiInfoView, an application which scans the wireless networks in your area and display all information about them like: MAC Address, PHY Type, Network Name (SSID), Signal Quality, Frequency, Channel Number and more.
When you start the application you will see all the names of networks available, you can sort them by what criteria you need, but recommended is to choose the one with the best signal quality because you need to have an excellent bandwidth for perfect navigation.
WifiInfoView is coming with a summary mode where you can see all detected wireless networks sorted by channel number, the producer company of the router, maximum speed limit, and PHY type. You can select your connection and sort by this options. Using WifiInfoView is not a complicated task, it doesn’t require an installation process, because it is a simple executable file, WifiInfoVIew.exe.
After you open this executable file, the list of detected wireless networks is displayed in window appeared. You will be able to use the buttons and the options from this panel like Updating Rate if you need to increase the updating ratio.
In the top section, we find common buttons like File, Edit, View, Options, and Help. Also, we have some additional buttons which can help us to save a specified network, for example, to modify one or to do another search. When you select a connection, in the bottom section of the window the information about it will appear, but of course, for an inexperienced user, that numbers don’t say anything. Important is to have a good quality of the signal, the frequency to be up and PHY type to be at the typical ratio.
Why is this application useful? Firstly WifiInfoView doesn’t require installation, that means the registry of your computer will suffer no modifications. The performance of your PC will be not affected! Also, this tool doesn’t have a complicated interface with a lot of buttons, just essential buttons and information you need to decide on choosing what wireless network to use.