How to Forget All Wi-Fi Networks on Windows 10 Version 2004
Windows 10 comes with a dedicated network flyout that allows you to manage networks right from the desktop, but at the same time, the Settings app also sports a dedicated network page with more advanced options in this regard.
Connecting to and disconnecting from a network is thus a matter of clicks, and the same thing applies to wireless networks too. The flyout allows you to discover Wi-Fi networks in just a few seconds and then connect without the need for other menus.
Forgetting a specific network is again something that’s at least as convenient as connecting to it. Because all you have to do is click the network icon in the system tray to launch the said flyout, right-click the Wi-Fi network whose profile you want to delete and then click the Forget option.
So technically, forgetting one Wi-Fi network comes down to the following steps:[TERMINAL]Network flyout > Right-click Wi-Fi network > Forget[/TERMINAL]