netsh command to verify PC supports WPA3
Here's a follow-up to last night's tip, which discussed the wireless WPA3 security standard. Both the router, your operating system, and your PC will need to be able to support WPA3. In Windows command prompt you can enter the command:
netsh wlan show drivers
. . . to bring up information about your PC's wireless network adapter. If you see WPA3 listed in the section on 'Authentication and cipher supported in infrastructure mode', then your PC will support WPA3.