mHotspot: Make Your Windows PC a WiFi Hotspot

You can always enable Internet Connection Sharing & turn Windows PC into WiFi Hotspot, natively, but if you are looking for a 3rd-party freeware to convert your Windows PC into a WiFi hotspot, you may want to check out mHotSpot.

mHotSpot review


mHotspot is a free software which allows you to convert your Windows Laptop or PC into a virtual Wi-Fi hotspot. Without even installing the freeware, you can turn your Laptop into virtual Wi-Fi router and share your internet connection with Smartphones, Tablet, PCs or any other Wi-Fi enabled device, notwithstanding the fact that you may have an internet connection through LAN, Data Card, or 3G/4G.

With a simple interface, mHotspot can be used by anyone without having much knowledge of sharing internet connections. Even beginners can use it and share their internet connections with other devices. Unlike other such software, mHotspot includes no complicated settings, and the user can start using it with just a few basic settings done.

mHotspot allows 10 devices in a single internet connection. With a file size of 400KB, this freeware downloads quickly and then you can set your hotspot name easily. Once your hotspot is created, you can share any type of internet connection with the Wi-Fi enabled devices.

You can connect devices like iPads, PDAs, Android Smartphones, Tablets, PCs, and Laptops, etc. You can also secure your wireless hotspot with WPA2 PSK password security.

Make Your Windows PC a WiFi Hotspot

  • Go to the Network and Sharing Center and right-click on your Wireless network connection. Go to ‘Properties’ and click on the ‘Sharing’ tab. Now tick on “Allow other network users to connect through this computer’s internet connection”. Click Ok to make the changes work.
  • When done with these settings, launch mHotspot and click on the ‘Start’ tab. The freeware will then start sharing your wireless internet connection with other available devices. Which means you can now connect your computer system with multiple Wi-Fi enabled devices. mHotspot will display the list of available wireless connections.
  • This is all you have to do. You can then connect various devices to the internet connection running on your computer system.

If mHotspot does not work properly for you, try restarting your computer system for the best functioning of the program

Overall, mHotSpot is a very useful freeware for those who want to create a wireless hotspot at home or office.

You download mHotspot from its official download page here. Also do remember to uncheck third party offers during the installation. 

Update: In spite of unchecking the Install Real Player checkbox, it went ahead and installed it. It may even offer to install Search Protect, Skype and other third-party offers – but you can opt out. You may want to check it on VirusTotal before you decide to download it. Thanks for the heads up, Justin. Given the negative comments, you may want to check out these free WiFi HotSpot software instead.

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Shiwangi is a qualified writer and a blogger, who loves to dabble with and write about computers. While focusing on and writing on technology topics, her varied skills and experience enables her to write on any topics which may interest her. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software, and being careful about any third-party offers while installing freeware is recommended.


  1. Justin

    McAfee deleted it immediately after download because it said it contained a Trojan.

  2. Alan

    Gave my sisters PC a nasty virus too a few weeks ago.

    Had to get malwareBytes out to destroy it.
    Dont touch it!

  3. shiwangi peswani

    Oh ..thanks for informing Alan.

  4. shiwangi peswani

    Hey Justin I didn’t face any such issue but thnx for informing.

  5. people man

    they are many similar softwares with same name

  6. It works well. How it will work in pc without wireless routing hardware?

  7. Louis

    To many problems with this software. Done all the step by step guides to fix but still the same. Needed to use the internet over the weekend while router was replaced and spent my whole time trying to get it to work.
    By the way i have a window 7 standard computer. Dont waste your time with this. Im now on the hunt for a working hotspot software

  8. Emperor

    Using LAN Ethernet.. installed mhotspot but the its almost not transmitting anything.

  9. aryan

    Thank you for sharing this article…… has been working in my windows

  10. Bravedo Mwaanga

    On my win 10 machine, it keeps showing me “The group or resource is not in the correct state to perform the requested operation”, Is there anything I didn’t do right?

  11. Meghnath Kheti

    Have You find any solution to this

  12. Emperor

    yes! I bought a new wifi device from my ISP

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