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Remove "Network" from Windows 7?

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October 5, 2010 5:26:53 PM

Hello, how do I remove "Network" from Windows 7? Don't need it and not interested in parties out here in the country!

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October 5, 2010 7:34:25 PM

You can use it or not as you feel fit, but you can't remove it and you certainly couldn't connect to this forum without it.
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October 5, 2010 9:28:15 PM

Remove Old Network Connections

1. Use your mouse to click on the Start menu and select the Control Panel.

2. Click the "Network and Internet" button once the Control Panel loads and select the Network and Sharing Center.

3. Click the "Manage network connections" tab.

4. Look for the old network connections you wish to remove in the scroll box. Depending on how many connections you currently have it is possible you'll need to scroll a bit to find the one you wish to remove.

5. Click on the old connection you wish to remove.

6. Click the "Remove" button.

7. Confirm your selection by pressing "Yes" when asked whether you are sure you wish to remove the connection. You may also elect to press "Cancel" or "No" to return you to the previous screen and prevent the connection's removal.

8. Note that you can also change network connections through the network wizard. Simply click Start, then "Connect To" and "Show all connections."

9. Select the network connection you wish to change by right-clicking on it and selecting the option you wish. You can choose to "Disable" the connection, which would have roughly the same effect as completely removing it, rendering it inactive.

10. Press the "Delete" key after clicking on a network connection in the Network Connection window. This will completely delete the connection in the same way that removing it from the Control Panel would.

I hope this helps!

Brett M,
Windows Outreach Team
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October 7, 2012 3:25:53 PM

I've tried to do this several times. I confirm deleting the network but it keeps showing up.

bmathews said:
Remove Old Network Connections

1. Use your mouse to click on the Start menu and select the Control Panel.

2. Click the "Network and Internet" button once the Control Panel loads and select the Network and Sharing Center.

3. Click the "Manage network connections" tab.

4. Look for the old network connections you wish to remove in the scroll box. Depending on how many connections you currently have it is possible you'll need to scroll a bit to find the one you wish to remove.

5. Click on the old connection you wish to remove.

6. Click the "Remove" button.

7. Confirm your selection by pressing "Yes" when asked whether you are sure you wish to remove the connection. You may also elect to press "Cancel" or "No" to return you to the previous screen and prevent the connection's removal.

8. Note that you can also change network connections through the network wizard. Simply click Start, then "Connect To" and "Show all connections."

9. Select the network connection you wish to change by right-clicking on it and selecting the option you wish. You can choose to "Disable" the connection, which would have roughly the same effect as completely removing it, rendering it inactive.

10. Press the "Delete" key after clicking on a network connection in the Network Connection window. This will completely delete the connection in the same way that removing it from the Control Panel would.

I hope this helps!

Brett M,
Windows Outreach Team

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December 4, 2012 3:20:26 AM

krmjo said:
I've tried to do this several times. I confirm deleting the network but it keeps showing up.

then disable the network driver in computer management.
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