IP Change Easy is a smart IP changer tool to change IP quickly. It's especially useful for whose who switches to different networks frequently. In full version,support changing IP Address and changing proxy without restarting Internet browser. Support operation from system tray.
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Version: IP Change Easy Free Version 1.0
Didn't recognize my wifi adapter, didn't want to uninstall, multiple adapters are kludgy.
It's ok, but if you're dealing with a lot of profiles it can mean a lot of scrolling to find the one you need. Plus profile name lengths could be an issue (again trying to find the right profile). Profiles aren't adapter specific (which I want). You have to find the profile, then apply it to the adapter you want vs. just picking the profile and having the adapter specified in that profile.
And it didn't recognize my (active) wifi adapter to apply the profile to.