Disconnect From A Wi-Fi Network In OS X Without Turning Off Wi-FI

Disconnect From a Wi-Fi Network in OS X Without Turning Off Wi-FI

If you're one of the people who's having trouble with Wi-Fi in OS X Yosemite, you're probably pretty sick of toggling the Wi-Fi on and off. OS X Daily points out a better option.

When you Option+Click the Wi-Fi icon in the menubar, you'll get all kinds of info about your Wi-Fi network. Most importantly, you also get the option to disconnect. Just click that option, and you'll disconnect without completely turning off Wi-Fi, making reconnecting a little quicker.

Disconnect from Wi-Fi Network in Mac OS X Without Turning Off Wireless [OS X Daily]


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    This is quite possibly the most informative article I've ever read on here. It's such a pain, I wish I knew this a long time ago!

      For sure! I've been using OSX as my main system since Jaguar and have been wishing for something like this pretty much since then. Does anyone know when this got added? I almost wish that it's a brand new feature so I don't feel like a chump for not knowing it all this time.

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