How to Forget WiFi Network on Macbook

By: Bhatraj Nama 

Learn how to forget a WiFi network on your Mac/Macbook Pro/Air with ease. This guide provides a step-by-step process that even a beginner can follow.

If you also connect your Macbook Pro/Air to different WiFi networks every day, whether you are spending time at work or home

or in public places like hotels, hospitals, restaurants, and cafes, during that time you connect your Macbook to the nearest WiFi.  

So you may need to forget all those wifi networks by time which you never use anymore or don’t want to reconnect.

In such cases, knowing how to forget a WiFi network on Macbook Pro/Air can be incredibly helpful. So let’s know “How to Forget WiFi Network on Macbooks” A step-by-step guide.

There can be several reasons why you may need to forget a WiFi Network on your Macbook. Some of the reasons we cover in this article include:

Why You May Need to Forget a WiFi Network on Macbook Pro/Air

Security: If you’ve connected to an unsecured or public WiFi network in the past. Network issues: If you are experiencing connectivity issues to your WiFi network from your Macbook  Network Name Change: You previously connected your Macbook to a WiFi network.

Forgetting a WiFi Network on Macbook is a simple process that only takes a few steps. Here’s how to do it: Step 1: Click on the WiFi icon on your Macbook menu bar.

How to Forget WiFi Network on Macbook Pro and Air

Step 2: Select “Open Network Preferences” from the drop-down menu.

Step 3: Click on the “Advanced” button at the bottom right corner of the screen.

Step 4: Select the “WiFi” tab.

Step 5: Find the Network you want to forget and select it.

Step 5: Find the Network you want to forget and select it.

Step 6: Click “OK” to confirm Congratulations, you’ve successfully forgotten a  Congratulations, you’ve successfully forgotten a WiFi network on your Macbook!