NetSetMan is a network settings manager which can easily switch between 5 different, visually structured profiles including:

  • IP Adress
  • Subnet Mask
  • Default Gateway
  • DNS Server
  • WINS Server
  • Computer Name
  • DNS Domain
  • Workgroup
  • and more

It is not only useful and effective but also easy and intuitive to use.

The entry fields remind of the Windows "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties" but it's much easier to fill in the addresses.

With only 2 mouse clicks you can activate a saved profile!

All settings and changes are saved automatically in a separate file (settings.ini) so a backup, transfer or upgrade to another version is absolutely no problem.

What's New:

  • Fix: AutoSwitch thread error after standby
  • Fix: AutoSwitch options might have been hidden due to incorrect alignment
  • Fix: Systems with many WiFi profiles could lead to UI performance issues
  • Fix: Error deleting the last remaining profile group
  • Fix: Position of a new group might have been saved incorrectly
  • Fix: "Connect by MAC address" failed if no name/description was provided
  • Fix: TAB keyboard navigation order
  • Fix: Windows firewall status setting not applied correctly
  • Fix: Protocol Bindings for systems with multiple NICs using the same driver
  • Fix: High Contrast Mode support adjustments
  • Fix (Pro): License registration issues in rare constellations
  • Tools: Network Scanner now shows the device description/comment as a name tooltip
  • Performance improvements for selecting and viewing profiles
  • Improved AutoSwitch performance and compatibility
  • AutoSwitch NIC Status condition now also supports special types of VPN connections
  • WiFi Management remembers last selected NIC if multiple are available
  • Added shortcuts for Compact/Full Mode (CTRL+M) and main sections (CTRL+1/2/3/4)
  • In Logon mode, the Save button now saves the activation log in the Logs subfolder
  • Minor fixes and adjustments