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    Windows network switcher

    Just ran across this in perusing a news site: Mobile Net Switch - The Network Connection Manager. I don't have a need to use it but it sure looks interesting for those 'road warriors' who need to switch networks.

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    Re: Windows network switcher

    And just to give folks something to compare to, I used NetSwitcher for several years when I was still employed and had a laptop. It's an excellent program and at $15 is less than half the current price of the one you posted. I don't mean that to be criticism, for Mobile Net Switch could be a more capable program. I looked at the screenshots and there's a lot of stuff there. I suppose one would have to try 'em both to make a conclusion. Anyway, here's another link: NetSwitcher

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    Re: Windows network switcher

    Hi AL,

    Thanks for the link. Choice in software is almost always better.

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    Re: Windows network switcher

    Don't forget the command-line utility 'netsh' can be used for manipulating networks as well. It seems very powerful (i.e. lots of options) , however it seems intentionally complex in it's syntax.

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