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   Save more time by exporting and transferring to    other computers using LastPass   If you are LassPast user click th...
   If you are not LastPass user    go to download LastPass 1.90    or latter and install it. When    you install it, you ...
   Click the Import button on the new tab to    import the saved Wi-Fi passwords and    settings from your computer. You ...
   Export the passphrases on another    computer by using the “Export To” menu to    select the “Wi-Fi Passwords” option....
   Windows has its own way to backup Wi-    Fi settings, which we’ve covered in the    past. The drawback to this method ...
   First, open the Network and Sharing Center from the    list of available Wi-Fi Networks.
   Click the “Manage Wireless Networks” option    at the left side of the window to see your    saved Wi-Fi networks.
   Use the Properties option in the right-click    menu to select a specific network.
   Click the “Copy this network profile to    a USB flash drive” link and Windows    will prompt you for a flash drive.
    click over to the Security tab in a network’s    properties window and click the “Show    characters” check box to vi...
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this slide is the first slide of mine that try to do talking about how to back up and restore our wi-fi passwords. i strongly hope it can be useful for you all and it is not good enough so you can give constructive criticism to me back.

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  1. 1.  Save more time by exporting and transferring to other computers using LastPass If you are LassPast user click the LastPass button, point to “Import From” and select “Wi-Fi Passwords.”
  2. 2.  If you are not LastPass user go to download LastPass 1.90 or latter and install it. When you install it, you will see an error message
  3. 3.  Click the Import button on the new tab to import the saved Wi-Fi passwords and settings from your computer. You can toggle the check boxes to the left of each network if you only want to import settings from specific net works.
  4. 4.  Export the passphrases on another computer by using the “Export To” menu to select the “Wi-Fi Passwords” option. LastPass will restore the saved networks, so you can connect to Wi-Fi access points without manually entering their passphrases.
  5. 5.  Windows has its own way to backup Wi- Fi settings, which we’ve covered in the past. The drawback to this method is that you can only import one Wi-Fi network’s settings at a time.
  6. 6.  First, open the Network and Sharing Center from the list of available Wi-Fi Networks.
  7. 7.  Click the “Manage Wireless Networks” option at the left side of the window to see your saved Wi-Fi networks.
  8. 8.  Use the Properties option in the right-click menu to select a specific network.
  9. 9.  Click the “Copy this network profile to a USB flash drive” link and Windows will prompt you for a flash drive.
  10. 10.  click over to the Security tab in a network’s properties window and click the “Show characters” check box to view its password.
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