Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 has a more restrictive graphical user interface for managing Wireless settings / profiles.
Manage the WiFi Profiles/settings via a elevated command prompt.
Open the start screen and type “CMD” Right click on the “Command Prompt” icon and click “Run as administrator”
To show wireless network profiles that already exist do the following:
This will display all the wireless networks your computer has settings for:
To show setting for a particulate wireless network profile, in this example we will look up the details for WiFi network “MyWiFi” you add the name=Network_Name to the command:
“netsh wlan show profile name=MyWiFi”
To display the wireless network details INCLUDING the wireless key add the command “key=clear”. in this example we will display the key for the network “MyWiFi”
Enter: “netsh wlan show profile name=MyWiFi key=clear”
Displaying the key will only work if the command prompt window is run as administrator
To delete a network profile use the “delete profile name=” command. In the example we will delete MyWiFi network
"netsh wlan delete profile name=MyWiFi"
Deleting the network profile/settings will only work if the Command Prompt window is run as administrator