WeFi is a powerful Windows software solution designed to manage your Wi-Fi connections and help you find new ones wherever you go.
Especially supposed to be used on laptops that access various Wi-Fi networks, the program allows you to connect to any available network automatically, while also providing advanced tools for finding hotspots around the globe.
Manage connection and set up a profile
The interface is organized in tabs, each of them having its very own purpose and coming with a different set of features.
To be more precise, the “Network” screen gives you access to the available networks, letting you manage the connections on the go. On the other hand, “My Profile” is a separate tab supposed to help the developers improve the app by providing accurate details about the networks you access, thus letting other users find hotspots in your area.
Use an interactive map and configure a few details
Last but not least, the “Wi-Fi Maps” is the tool which enables you to do just that, namely view all Wi-Fi networks available in your vicinity, by simply inputting your current address. This feature also incorporates Google Maps, so that everything can run smoother.
A settings screen is also available, but there’s nothing to get you in trouble, with simple options such as programming WeFi to launch at Windows startup, check for updates at a user-defined period of time, storing credentials for supported web sign-in spots and always asking for confirmation before connection to a new spot.
Evaluation and conclusion
Supposed to be used all the time, WeFi is not at all a resource hog and works like a charm regardless of your Wi-Fi adapter or the Windows version running on your system.
Taking all of this into consideration, this is indeed a handy product which increases the overall functionality of your Wi-Fi hardware, providing accurate information on any available wireless network.