How to Show all the previously connected WiFi Networks using CMD in Windows?

Wi-Fi(Wireless Fidelity) Launched in September 1997 is affiliated with WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network).
It is a wireless communication technology that uses radio waves to provide a high-speed network and Internet connection.
Sometimes there is a need to know the previously connected WiFi networks to get details on some network. There is a wide range of Softwares available for the same. But, this can be done easily with the use of the command prompt of the windows.

To show the History of previously connected WiFi networks using command-prompt of windows, follow the steps given below:

Step 1: Open Command prompt by typing ‘cmd’ in the search bar and press enter.

Step 2: Now type the following command and press Enter:

netsh wlan show profile

All the previously connected WiFi networks are now visible.

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