NetSetMan 4.4.1(⇒ What's new?)
Are you tired of manually changing your location-based network
and system configuration on your laptop computer every day?
Then NetSetMan is your solution. It will do the work for you.
Switch between configuration profiles for different locations instantly!
NetSetMan is a network settings manager software which can easily switch between your preconfigured profiles!
IP, Gateway, DNS, WINS - Multiple IPs per NIC - IPv4 & IPv6!
Organize, create, delete and connect to WiFi/WLAN profiles
Different computer names for different locations
Change your workgroup on the fly!
Your print jobs will always be sent to the right printer now
Map and disconnect network locations as local drives
Complete configuration possibilities as known from Windows
Add, delete or change the entries in your local IP routing table
Dynamically change the outgoing server of your email client
|Hosts File Entries
Map hostnames to IP addresses
Display Mode, Screensaver, Wallpaper & Color, Power Plan, Design & Sound Scheme, Speakers & Microphone Volume, Time Zone, Windows Firewall, Windows Update
Expert setting: Only change the hardware address of a NIC if you really know what you're doing!
Activate, deactivate or restart your network adapter
|NEW: Protocol Bindings
Enable/disable NIC protocols like IPv6, File & Printer Sharing, etc.
|NEW: LAN Settings (Speed/Duplex, MTU, VLAN, ...)
Speed/Duplex, MTU (Jumbo Packet), Flow Control, VLAN ID
These settings are driver-specific and are available for compatible NICs
Connect to and disconnect from stored connections
|Scripts (BAT, VS, JS, ...)
Extend the functionality to your custom needs! (UAC: restricted or elevated without prompt)
Start/stop, UAC (restricted or elevated without prompt), maximized/minimized ⇒ Details
Individual configurations for all available browsers [Example]:
Windows/Internet Explorer (IE): Full support
Firefox: Full support (incl. profiles)
Opera (<= v12): Full support (incl. profiles)
Opera (>= v15): Doesn't support own proxy settings; uses IE settings
Chrome: Doesn't support own proxy settings; uses IE settings
|Browser Home Page
Support for IE, Firefox & Opera
Join/leave network domains without reentering your credentials
Automatically activate profiles based on conditions: Surrounding WiFi networks, Network Location Awareness, Gateway MAC, Ping, NIC status, Time frame
|Tray-Info for all current IP settings
Quickly check all your IP settings without a single click!
|Tray-Menu for quickly switching profiles
Activate a profile with one click from the tray icon!
|NSM Service for usage without admin privileges
Allows using NetSetMan with limited user accounts
|Pre-Logon profile switching
Switch settings even before logging on! [Example]
(Compatible settings: IPs, WiFi, NIC status, workgroup & domain, display resolution, PC name, firewall, SMTP, hosts, scripts)
|Administration for defining permissions
Password-protection for deciding what a default user is allowed to do
|Command line activation
Parameters to activate profiles by command line and shortcuts
|NEW: Tool "Console" (ping, tracert, nslookup, netstat, ...)|
|NEW: Tool "Adapters Details"
IDs, options, drivers, types, speed, MACs, IP settings, etc. of all network interfaces in one overview
|Quick access to frequently used Windows locations
With one click to Internet Options, Control Panel, etc.
|Two different user interfaces (Full & Compact)
Once you've set up your profiles, switch to the compact UI!
|Windows 8/10 App: NetSetMan Touch
Touch-friendly Metro/ModernUI add-on for the desktop version of NetSetMan (Pro). Find out more!
|Commercial Use / Can be used at work
The Freeware version is for non-commercial use only!
Thank you for respecting the license agreement.
Pro: Unlimited amount of profile groups with 6 profiles each
NetSetMan offers what you've been missing in Windows until now: A powerful, easy-to-use interface to manage all your network settings at a glance. Give it a try and you'll never want to be without it again.
3in1: Setup, Update & Portable in one file!
License: Non-Commercial Freeware
Release date: 2017-06-20
For Windows: XP/Vista/7/8/10 (32/64 Bit)
Updating from version 3.x?