Windows Wireless Troubleshooting

Categories Uncategorized, Windows, Wireless

Windows 10 includes a feature that allows you to create a detailed report of the Wi-Fi connection history that can help to ease the process. The report provides information about each adapter, error events, as well as information about networks you have connected and session durations, which you can use to diagnose and solve connectivity related problems.


  • Open an elevated command prompt.

Start -> cmd -> right click and choose to run as admin


  • netsh wlan show wlanreport

Go to the file path in windows file explorer and you can then view the report for the computers wireless interface.

Introduction to Python – Modules

Categories Python, Windows

You can follow along with the code at Github.

  • A module in Python allows you to put definitions in a file and use them in a script or in an interactive instance of the interpreter.
  • Definitions from a module can be imported into other modules or into the main module.
  • I have created a module named which we will import into the interpreter and Visual Studio Code.
  • The module must be in the same path or have the path specified for it to be imported.
  • NOTE: You can import modules in the interpreter.
  • Example of importing the module using VS Code.

How to Install and Use Git With Github on Windows 10

Categories Git, Github, Windows

You can download Git from the official website here.


  • Locate and execute the Git- application from your Downloads folder.
  • Run the installer which will open the Git Setup wizard screen. Follow the Next and Finish prompts to complete the installation. The default options should be fine.
    ***NOTE: I set Notepad++ as the default editor along with Windows default command console ***
  • After finishing the install open a command prompt and navigate to the folder which you want to pull to using Git.
  • Now that I have my files pulled from Github I will use the Source Control feature in Visual Studio Code and select my directory location.
  • ***NOTE: You can do all of this from within VS Code but I prefer to use command line. Use whatever you’re comfortable with.***
  • Now I create a new text file and save it in the folder that I have initialized.
  • I verify I am in the proper directory and can see my new text file named ‘windows_git_text.txt’ and verify the home directory /top folder is initialized via Git.
  • Next we add the new file to git with the git add command.
  • Then we use git commit -m “string” command to give verbose input as to why this change has been made. This is optional but a good practice to use.
  • We push our text file to Git.
  • A browser page is displayed with a login. Login with your Github credentials.
  • Next authorize the GitCredentialManager.
  • Check your windows or Git command prompt and you will see we have added this new file to our Github main branch in our Python project.

For the sake of sanity we can verify this by browsing to the location on our Github.