How to turn on Mobile Hotspot in Windows 10: Built-in

Now you don’t need to have a third-party software installed on your Windows 10 running PC. Windows 10 brings a lot of new features to along with a built-in mobile hotspot feature. Here I’m going to guide you with enabling the built-in Windows 10 Mobile hotspot feature.

Before enabling the built-in Mobile Hotspot feature of Windows 10, you’ll need to have internet connection on your PC.

Enabling the Mobile Hotspot on Windows 10 is not that hard. All you need to do is follow the method given below to enable the Hotspot on Windows 10.

Enable Built-in Mobile Hotspot on Windows 10

There are only requirements you need to fulfill and that is you’ll need the latest build of Windows 10.

If you have received the Anniversary update of Windows 10 (2016), then only you’ll be able to enable the Mobile Hotspot on Windows 10.

After confirming that you have the minimum built of Windows 10, follow the steps given below to enable the feature.

Steps*

  • At first, go to the settings of your PC
  • Now click on the Network & Internet option
  • There you’ll see an option written “Mobile Hotspot”
  • Click on it and enable the feature.

PC settings> Network & internet> Mobile hotspot> Enable the feature

Note: You’ll need an active internet connection on your PC to activate the Mobile hotspot. No matter if it is WiFi or Ethernet.

Windows 10 brings a lot of feature to the PC including QuickTime Player for Windows 10, Mobile Hotspot, Connect and much more.

Mobile Hotspot on Windows 10 is a brilliant feature and it is handy. You can connect up to 8 devices to the Mobile hotspot created on your Windows 10 running PC. I have personally tested the hotspot and it gives best possible download and upload speed according to your internet connection.


Hello, This is Thomas. I'm a tech blogger from India.

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