How to see Who’s connected to your Wi-Fi Network

Did you know? there are several devices are connected to your router’s WiFi network. Want to know who is connected to your WiFi network? Then I gotta tell you, you’re at a right place to know who’s connected to your WiFi network and also get alerts whenever a new device connected to your WiFi network. Right now the question is “devices like what?” Devices such as laptops, smart- TVs, smartphones, set-top boxes, tablets, game consoles and more. If you want to be alerted with these kind of connectives, we have tested a software and I guess this will help you too. This software is enriched with advanced security features. Let’s explore this software!

Use GlassWire Pro to see who is Connected to your WiFi network also get alerts when a new device connects to your WiFi:

GlassWire firewall and security system, the one of the great feature they have in the pro version is a quick and easy network view that shows you all the devices connected to your WiFi network. I am going to write down some of the GlassWire features and I also hope that you will like this software. Check them out!

Note: There are tons of features, too many to list here. So I’m only mentioning some of their helpful feature. Don’t get confused!

  • Visual Network Monitoring.
  • Internet Security.
  • Network Time machine.
  • Discreet alerts.
  • Bandwidth usage monitor.
  • Ask to connect.
  • Lock down mode.
  • Mini graph.
  • Who’s on your WiFi or network?
  • New skins.
  • Longer graph history.

And more features are coming soon. Let me walk you through the most helpful feature. I’ll be happy to tell you about that great feature. If you haven’t download the GlassWire Software yet, It’s not too late click here to download the software. After finishing/running the installation then you need to go to Settings Panel of the software. You can easily enable the alerts whenever a new device tries to connect to your WiFi. Isn’t that amazing? Yes!

Thanks for reading this! Enjoy have fun with this great software. 🙂

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