If you need to turn off your Wi-Fi, the Creators Update makes it really easy to turn it back on in a set amount of time without you having to touch a thing! Having your PC automatically do it means you won’t have to remember (or forget!) next time you turn your PC on. Windows takes care of it all automatically.
The easiest way to access these options is from the taskbar. So, to disable your Wi-Fi, you’ll want to click on the taskbar’s Wi-Fi icon near the system clock. This is (in most cases) in the bottom right corner of the screen. After you click that Wi-Fi button, you’ll need to click on the Wi-Fi tile to turn your Wi-Fi to off, you’ll be given the option to enable it automatically in either 1 hour, 4 hours, 1 day or Manually.
By default, it’s set to Manually. With this option, Windows 10 isn’t going to automatically turn its Wi-Fi back on and reconnect to your home network.
You can do the same thing from Settings. In Settings, under Network & Internet, if you go down to the Wi-Fi tab, you can turn your Wi-Fi off. Once it’s off, you’ll see a Turn Wi-Fi back on option, where again, you can select either 1 hour, 4 hours, 1 day or Manually.
By following the above steps you’ll be able to use the Creators Update’s new options to automatically turn your Wi-Fi back on once disabled.