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Can't connect to Wi-Fi
Lots of things can cause Wi-Fi blocks. First, check that your laptop’s Wi-Fi is actually switched on. There might be a small physical switch for this on your laptop, or it might be activated by holding down the Function (Fn) key while pressing a key with a Wi-Fi or antenna icon. Next, click the Wi-Fi icon in the Notification Area at the far right of your Taskbar, click your Wi-Fi network in the list, then click Connect. Type your network password if prompted. If you’re using a public hotspot (in a cafe, for example), it often initially seems you can connect without a password, but chances are you’ll need to log in via a web page when you launch your browser and try to visit a website. Ask the organisation running the hotspot for the login details.