WifiHistoryView is a new tool for Windows 10/8/7/Vista that displays the history of connections to wireless networks on your computer. For every event that the computer connected to a wireless network or disconnected from it, the following information is displayed: The date/time that the event occurred, network name (SSID), profile name, network adapter name, BSSID of the router/Access Point, and more…
WifiHistoryView can read the wifi history information from a running system or from external event log file of another computer.




You can download this new tool from this Web page.



  1. Tony S. says:

    I just wanted to say thank you for this easy to use yet complex tool. This is exactly what I was looking for to diagnose a known Wi-Fi issue we’re having with our ISP’s provided router. You always provide quality software for free and I just wanted to say thank you for all your hard work and effort.

  2. Arana says:

    I dont know if you have a suggestion box but seeing how you make great and useful utilities I would like to suggest one utility for a missing functionality in windows 10 , that is specifying a wifi order, WIFI PRIORITY
    (the one you set manually with
    netsh wlan set profileorder name=”Guest2″ interface=”Wi-Fi” priority=1
    this would be a great addon for your arsenal

  3. RobL says:

    Any idea why the bssid would always be blank?

  4. Joe McLaughlin says:

    First of all thanks for this utility. My wife’s PC (Win 10, up-to-date, new, etc.) gets up to a dozen disconnects a day, while my own Win 10 PC rarely disconnects (even when it’s in the same room). I presume the answer to this is in the Event ID, Event Record, Process ID, Thread ID, etc. columns, but I don’t know how to handle this data. I’m no dummy around PCs but I’m no network guy either- I’ve tried researching it some, nothing helped much. Could someone point me in that direction? thanks, **Joe**

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