It's been a long time since I wanted or needed to do this, but it's come up again.
It seems to me that in earlier versions of Windows there was a dialog somewhere that supported this. If you had WiFi networks Agate, Blueberry, and Capodimonte all set up and remembered, but you wanted to make it that you always connected to Capodimonte first, Agate second, and Blueberry third if all three were within broadcast range you could do it.
I've used WLAN10 (see: http://blog.bertware.net/2016/07/set-windows-network-priority-wlan10/) and it works fine, but I have to believe there's something, somewhere built into Windows 10 that is native that does this. Is there? It's clear that Network & Internet Settings, WiFi Pane, Manage known networks isn't it.
Also, is there any way to forget a network other than via the system tray, which will only show networks it can see? I have scads of WiFi networks that I'll never use again, but getting rid of them, well . . .
Addendum: I have found that you can click on a network in the list presented in the settings noted above and you'll get a "Forget" option, but I cannot drag and drop them, or do anything else I can find, to reorder the preferred order of connection.
Edited by britechguy, 30 March 2018 - 09:14 PM.