After the Windows 10 Anniversary update, it added a lot of features to our PC or computer and mobile hotspot is one of them. If your Windows 10 is updated with Anniversary update (2016), you can enable mobile hotspot on Windows 10 without using any third party software or tool. Here in this article, I’m going to show you how to turn on Mobile Hotspot on Windows 10. If you are excited, scroll down the page and proceed with it.
Note: You’ll be able to enable the Mobile Hotspot on Windows 10 only if you have updated your Windows 10 with Anniversary update (2016) or running on the latest version.
The latest built of Windows 10 is the only requirement to enable the built-in Mobile Hotspot on Windows 10. So without talking much let’s know how to enable mobile hotspot on Windows 10.
Enable Mobile Hotspot on Windows 10: Built-in Mobile Hotspot
To enable the mobile hotspot on Windows 10, make sure that you fulfill the only requirement mentioned above.
Follow the steps mentioned below to turn on hotspot on Windows 10.
At fist, go to the settings of your PC
There choose network & internet option
There you’ll see an option named Mobile hotspot, click on it
Now turn on the option to activate the mobile hotspot on Windows 10
Note: You’ll need to have your PC connected with an Internet connection to enable the Mobile Hotspot feature on your PC.
There you’ll also get the hotspot name and the password
Now scan for available WiFi network from another device, and you’ll find your PC
Type the password from the Mobile Hotspot screen, and you are all done.
That’s exactly how you can enable the mobile hotspot on Windows 10.
The built-in Mobile Hotspot feature of Windows 10 is reliable and gives best possible speed according to your internet connection. You can connect up to 8 devices to the Windows 10 mobile hotspot. It’s also important to connect your PC with an internet connection (WiFi or Ethernet) to enable the mobile hotspot feature on your Windows 10 running PC.