WiFi-Manager is a Windows based program that helps to configure and manage your WiFi adapters. A WiFi-manager will allow you to create and modify any number of profiles, each having its own set of rules. Some people find this useful for controlling either a single or multiple computers that all require WiFi. One thing to keep in mind, however, is that a profile can only be used on one type of computer at a time, as the software needs to detect the presence of the other computer first before it gets information from the first one. For example, if your laptop has an Intel CPU, then it won't work if you try to turn on the WiFi in another PC with an AMD CPU.
WiFi-manager works great on Windows Vista as it is one of the latest operating systems, but there are some differences between it and its older brother, Windows XP. First of all, Vista has a newer version of the Network Interface Card, orni, that supports better drivers. Another difference is the way in which the two networking adapters communicate with each other and how they determine their modes. The newest version of the API calls for a much more advanced wifi-manager interface, which is not supported on XP, so the networking driver in XP must be modified to match the new vista WiFi manager.
There are a lot of features in WiFi-manager, which makes it one of the best softwares for controlling your wireless adapters. First of all, it lets you manage wifi connections on your wireless printer, if it's connected to a printer. Secondly, it also lets you manage wifi connections in your mobile phone, if it's connected to a mobile phone. Last but not least, it lets you manage your wired and wireless printers from the same program, so if they're connected to the same network, they can be managed simultaneously in a single application.