On the first version only of Windows 10, the management of the priority of the network cards was always possible as you could do it in the previous versions of Windows.
On this version of Windows 10, right-click the network icon in the taskbar, then click : Open the Network and Sharing Center.
Click : Change adapter settings.
Your network cards are displayed.
In our case :
Press the ALT key on the keyboard and click on : Advanced -> Advanced settings.
For the moment, Windows tells us that the Wi-Fi network card has priority over the Ethernet0 network card.
Change the order of the network cards using the arrows on the right, then confirm by clicking OK.
As previously mentioned, the simple option explained above to manage the priority of network cards is no longer available since the anniversary version (1607).
However, you can still manage the priority of your different network cards using the "Metric" setting of the TCP/IP protocol.
To do this, right-click on the network icon next to the time and click on : Open Network & Internet settings.
Go down a bit and click on "Change adapter options".
Right-click "Properties" on the Ethernet network card.
Select "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and click Properties.
Click on : Advanced.
Uncheck the "Automatic metric" box.
Specify a weak metric for the network card to use in priority.
And a higher metric for those with lower priority.
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