The article describes the procedure of displaying all the connected wireless devices to Windows 7 computer. Sometimes, all the devices are not shown in the list that makes it difficult for one to connect to a particular device. The user then has to search for the device all over the Windows and then connect to it. This consumes time, causes irritation, and consequently calls for the need of contacting Microsoft support or Microsoft Windows 7 support options.

To help you save from the irritation, we have compiled a few methods that are simple and correct to the date. It is, however, recommended that these should be followed carefully to avoid encountering problems. It will save their time as well as money that would indeed be wasted looking for support options.


Click on the Start menu (the Windows button) and go to Control Panel. Locate and double click on the Network and Internet link under Adjust your computer’s settings in the Control Panel window.
Click on the Network and Sharing Center link and then on the View network computers and devices. It will now start displaying icons of all the currently installed wireless devices. Exit all the windows including Control Panel.

Click on the Network Manager icon (the wireless connection) in the system tray at the bottom extreme right hand corner of the Desktop screen. You will see the list of all the wireless devices.

Another method to locate the missing icons is in Devices and Printers. Click on the Start menu and then select Devices and Printers. Locate the desired wireless device, right click on it and then choose to make it appear on the Desktop or in the desired Network Manager.

If you are still unable to locate these devices in the Devices and Printers folder, then look into the Device Manager. Click on the Start menu and navigate to Control Panel. Click to open the System and Security link. Locate the Device Manager link and then click on it.

Locate the desired devices and make their icons display on the Desktop. Thereafter, customize your desktop settings to arrange or display the icons as desired. Once the icons are displayed in the Network Manager, you can connect, share, manage, or track the devices instantly on your wireless network.

You can even view all the information related to a wireless device in the Network Manager. Open Network Manager, right click on the intended device, and select Properties from the dropdown options. When done viewing all the information, exit the Properties window.

Additional Tips:

Windows 7 comes loaded with a set of features that let you personalize your desktop and other settings. You can even prioritize the display of icons as desired.

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