Who Is On Your WiFi?
3 FREE Windows utilities that will help you see who is ‘sharing’ your WiFi network.
Who Is On My Wi-Fi Shows You Who Else Is Using Your Network
Whether you’re troubleshooting poor performance on your own wireless network, or you’re trying to figure out how overloaded the hotel Wi-Fi is where you’re staying, Who Is On My Wi-Fi is a free Windows utility that can show you exactly what the name implies.
Once installed, Who Is On MY Wi-Fi lets you set an IP range that you want the app to scan, or you can just let it loose to scan your entire home network to see what devices are connected. You’ll come back with IP addresses, MAC addresses, computer names (if they’re broadcasting), connection status, and more. Perhaps what’s most entertaining about the app is that it doesn’t require you to have administrative rights or access to the network to run. Even if you’re just a client on the network, you can fire it up and see who else is using it. Once you return a list of connected computers, you can make notes about which is which, mark off which devices are yours, and dig a little deeper into devices that aren’t familiar.—Alan Henry | Lifehacker
Other FREE Tools
…we recommend using a free tool that not only tells you how many computers are connected, but also gives you power to block unknown computers. Download freeware Who is on My WiFi from here and install it. This tool, like Wireless Network Watcher and Zamzom Wireless Network Tool, will show you who all are using your WiFi.—The Windows Club