Are you confused when the network connection icon suddenly disappears from the taskbar notification area? Don’t panic, because will share how to fix and redisplay the missing network connection status icon on the taskbar (Windows 7, Vista and XP).
The network connection icon is displayed by default if you have recently installed Microsoft Windows. The reason for the loss of the network icon may be due to a virus or spyware attack that has intentionally removed it from your computer. Start investigating the cause of this problem so that the privacy of the PC you have is guaranteed and the network icon will not disappear again after being displayed again.
How to Show Internet/LAN/Wifi Network Icon in Windows 8 or Windows 7
The following is a guide and steps on how to display the previously missing Internet/LAN/Wifi Network icon in Windows 7 or Windows 8:
- Right-click anywhere (an empty area) on the taskbar, then click Properties .
- Go to the “taskbar” tab , under the notification area, click the “Customize” button .
- The Notification Area Icons window appears. To show the network connection icon, next to Network , select Show icon and notifications from the drop-down menu.
- Click OK and the network connection icon will appear again in the notification area of the taskbar. If the Network option is missing from the list, it’s most likely due to some registry error.
Another only if you want to display the network icon on a Windows XP computer. The trick is to go to the control panel and select Network Connection.
After that right click on the LAN Local Area Network / Internet Connection adapter icon and select Properties. At the bottom of General, you can check the Show icon in notification area when connected section.
Now. that’s the tutorial / guide to redisplay the missing network connection icon from the taskbar in windows 7.