You will need to manage WiFi connections in Windows if you develop software. There are two Windows versions that are capable of managing WiFi settings. Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Windows Vista. Both versions have completely different APIs.
WiFi-Manager allows you to control WiFi settings and connections in Windows XP SP2 or Windows Vista with one API function.
WiFi-Manager also provides a COM interface to all API functions, so that you can control WiFi settings directly from VB.NET and other.NET languages like C.
WiFi-Manager allows you to list WiFi adapters and available networks, as well as their settings. It can be used as a regular wifi manager, allowing you to connect or disconnect from these networks, and also allows for the creation of different profiles.
WiFi-Manager can be used quickly and easily. There are also sample apps that you can use to help you get started.
It can support:
Windows XP SP2/SP3
Windows XP SP2/SP3 x64
Windows Vista 64
Windows 7 64