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How Can I Share My Laptop wifi Internet to Desktop via Ethernet Cable 

That should not be any difficult task to do,  see, sharing your laptop wifi internet connection with your desktop should be easy if you really know the right way to do it.

Continue reading if you like to know,  in this topic we are about to show you the trick to easily get your desktop connected to your laptop wifi internet via ethernet cable,  follow these simple tricks whenever you want to do it, so without further adieu lets get started here.

 

In the first step,  now, let’s assume that both your devices are running on the Microsoft Windows operating system respectively and that is fine

so,  you want to make sure to follow these easy steps by step to get it done.

Quick note here

Caution: Setting this sharing will cause any DHCP setting on your Local Area Connection to be lost, and static IP will be set for your LAN. And your Desktop must have DHCP enabled(ie. Auto IP assignment) on its “LAN Properties > IPv6 Settings > Obtain an IP address automatically”.

 

 1st step. )

You want to make sure that you have both devices wireless and ethernet NIC adapter divers installed already up and running, if not do that now.

 2nd step.)

So now, open  up  Device manager

How Can I Share My Laptop wifi Internet to Desktop via Ethernet Cable 

Then open the Network  and  Sharing Center

How Can I Share My Laptop wifi Internet to Desktop via Ethernet Cable 

Click on  Change Adapter Setting you will see it on the left side of the window at the top.

How Can I Share My Laptop wifi Internet to Desktop via Ethernet Cable 

Then you will see your  Adapter right there,  Right Click on the   Wireless adapter and select Properties.

How Can I Share My Laptop wifi Internet to Desktop via Ethernet Cable 

By now you should be able to see a  dialog box with the  Name  Wireless Network connection properties or similar,  something like two tabs name  Networking and  Sharing.

How Can I Share My Laptop wifi Internet to Desktop via Ethernet Cable 

 

 

Then click on Sharing tab and tic the  CheckBox named   Allow other network users to connect through this computer Internet connection.

How Can I Share My Laptop wifi Internet to Desktop via Ethernet Cable 

Immediately after that option is checked, change the  Home  Networking Connection   DroBox to  Your  Ethernet Adapter name.

You can then save the configuration by pressing the  Ok and you are ready to go sharing your laptop internet from your wifi to your ethernet cable.

As simple as that folks.

How Can I Share My Laptop wifi Internet to Desktop via Ethernet Cable: Final thought

As you can see here sharing your laptop wifi internet connection with your desktop shouldn’t be difficult if you really know the right way to do it.
I have made it as friendly as possible and cant makes it any simpler.

It’s basically the same for Windows 7 and 8 or 10. with a few different approaches for Network and sharing center.

Conclusion

Hope this post helps you and if you have any question comment or anything concerning this topic please feel free to leave them in the comment section below. Please use the social buttons to share this post with others thanks.

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