WirelessNetView now provides ‘Very High’ update rate

WirelessNetView, a utility that show all wireless networks currently detected by your wireless adapter, now provide a ‘Very High’ update rate.

This feature can be useful if you move with your laptop from one location to another (by foot or with a vehicle) and you want to locate any wireless network in your path.  It can also be useful if you have a wireless adapter plugged to a USB cable and you want to put it in a location with the best signal quality.

WirelessNetView now also allows you to save the current detected networks list into text/html/xml/csv file, by using the right command-line options, and without displaying any user interface.

The new version of WirelessNetView is available here.


  1. An-old-nirsoft-user says:

    Just one suggestion:
    Add the update date to the utilities list titles , not just “update”

  2. Bill Bartmann says:

    Excellent site, keep up the good work

  3. Alex says:

    After install the WirelessNetview v1.25 in win 2000 system, select restart the window wireless services, error message occur “Error 1062 in services restart: Services cannot start” , what it mean?

    And how can solve it?

    Thanks very much.

  4. Marcel says:

    Wireless Netview
    the links at kb918997 aren’t working anymore.

    We are sorry, the page you requested cannot be found.
    The URL may be misspelled or the page you’re looking for is no longer available.
    File not found

    Firefox can’t find the file at http://download.microsoft.com/download/c/1/f/c1f3562c-414f-4ec2-9b61-664bc18d2667/WindowsXP-KB918997-v6-x86-ENU.exe.

    Is netview outdated? i.e. are there newer tools in place?


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