It is possible to prioritize a Wi-Fi connection on Windows 10 by using the Network flyout available in the taskbar and checking the "Connect automatically" option.
Additionally, Windows Connection Manager policies, such as the fMinimizeSeconds policy and the Soft Disconnect policy, can be used to control connection management.
To change the wireless network connection priority order, open a command prompt and enter the command "netsh wlan set profileorder name="WirelessProfileName" interface="InterfaceName" priority=#".
The quickest way to make a Wi-Fi connection a priority is to use the Network flyout available in the taskbar.
Although the connection process doesn't specify any details, when you check the "Connect automatically" option, you're also configuring the connection as the new priority
How to change Wi-Fi network connections priority order on Windows 10
This article provides an overview of Microsoft's network connection policies, which are used to control connection management. These policies include the fMinimizeSeconds policy, which minimizes simultaneous connections, and the Soft Disconnect policy, which allows Windows to soft-disconnect networks when it decides to no longer be connected. Additionally, the article provides information on how to troubleshoot network connection issues in Windows.
Understanding and configuring Windows Connection Manager
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