December has brought many news, including a new version of the Acrylic Wi-Fi, with which you quickly and easily monitor Wi-Fi networks on Windows. Our main improvement goal for this new version was to make it more responsive and easy to use.
View Wi-Fi networks quickly with Acrylic Wi-Fi Free
The free version of Acrylic Wi-Fi has been re-designed to let the user view Wi-Fi network much faster than before. What have we changed? Here are some of the improvements:
Software menus have been removed, leaving a much easier-to-use interface.
Usability of many software components have been revised, and many contextual help dialogs have been added.
Some non intuitive options that were not used in this version have been removed, such as the packet viewer and the pcap file manipulation option.
The software loads 5 times faster than before, allowing you to view nearby Wi-Fi networks at range in seconds.
Analyze Wi-Fi networks using Acrylic Professional
Re-designed device inventory.
Automatic start bug in monitor mode has been fixed.
Memory use and window browsing times have been reduced.
Improved Wi-Fi network signal/device charts.
Save to pcap option only shows when closing the software, not when launching a new monitoring session.
What Acrylic Wi-Fi version should I use?
Compare Acrylic Wi-Fi functionalities in the following table. The free version of the Wi-Fi network scanner is indicated for daily use and to collect nearby Wi-Fi network information.
If you are an advanced user and would like to get network and device detailed information, or if you are a Wi-Fi network administrator, then the professional version is for you.
Wi-Fi network scanner
View Wi-Fi channel information
Capture in monitor mode and normal mode
Connected Wi-Fi network clients information
Pcap file and airpcap card support
Unlimited device inventory
Disconnected device information
Integrated packet viewer
Password generation scripts
Export data, images, and reports
Network and client detailed information
Export measurements to Google Maps using a GPS device
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