Airplane Mode is a feature that has become a key feature on mobile devices. This feature allows users to disable all wireless connections on their device, such as WiFi, Bluetooth, mobile data and NFC. In this way, they can save power and ensure that they do not experience interference with communications during flights.
Airplane Mode (or Flight Mode) disables all wireless connections on electronic devices, such as WiFi, Bluetooth, mobile data and NFC.
Windows 11, the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system, has also incorporated this feature into its operating system, allowing users to enable Airplane Mode on their portable and desktop devices. Activation and deactivation is simple, following these steps to enable it.
How to enable Airplane Mode in Windows 11
-Click on the “Networks” icon. which is located on the Windows taskbar. This icon is easily recognizable as it shows the Wi-Fi signal strength and Internet connection bars.
-Click on the “Airplane Mode” button. which is located below the networks icon. This button will display a message indicating that Airplane Mode is enabled. If the button is highlighted in blue it means that Airplane Mode is enabled and all wireless connections are disabled.
To deactivate the Airplane Mode there are two possibilities:
-Click on the “Airplane Mode” button.. Once the button is clicked, Airplane Mode will be deactivated and all wireless connections will be reconnected.
-Use the “Windows + A” key combination.. This key combination will open the Windows Action Center, which displays a number of options, such as screen brightness, sound and networks. Once the Windows Action Center is open just click on the “Airplane Mode” button to disable it.
If the button is highlighted in blue, it means that Airplane Mode is enabled. and all wireless connections are disabled. Clicking the “Airplane Mode” button will deactivate Airplane Mode and reconnect all wireless connections.