Troubleshooting WiFi issues is a big headache on Windows XP and Vista machines, While Windows 7 has an in-built troubleshooting mechanism that takes care of all the issues and reports to the specific page and also repairs itself when finding WiFi connectivity issues. Even though, the Windows operating system provides an default troubleshooting mechanism, that isn’t satisfactory as other third party applications. So depending upon third party softwares has become must for PC users.
Xirrus WiFi Inspector is a powerful tool for managing and troubleshooting the Wi-Fi on a Windows XP SP2 or later, Vista, or 7 laptop. Built in tests enable you to characterize the integrity and performance of your Wi-Fi connection.
The Wi-Fi Inspector can be used for a number of practical applications, including:
• Searching for Wi-Fi networks
• Troubleshooting Wi-Fi connectivity issues
• Verifying Wi-Fi coverage (site survey)
• Managing a laptop’s Wi-Fi connection
• Locating Wi-Fi devices
• Detecting rogue APs
• Verifying AP settings
• Aiming Wi-Fi antennas
• Wi-Fi Education
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Once you’ve installed the Xirrus WiFi Inspector, it shows a dynamic radar that displays local Wi-Fi network names and relative distance and also the software provides various connection tests such as Quality, and Speed tests for troubleshooting the Wi-Fi network connection. Other features such as Real-time graph of signal strength of one or more Wi-Fi networks with 8 minute history.
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