We firmly believe that the best WiFi analyzer Windows app should be easy to use, come with all the features you need to optimize the performance of your WiFi, satisfy the needs of enterprise customers, and be actively developed by a team of experienced developers dedicated to creating the best WiFi analyzer tool possible.
NetSpot lets you build a heatmap of your wireless network so you can find out where your Wi-Fi signal is strong and the areas where it's weak. MATT ELLIOTT • CNET
InSSIDer from MetaGeek is an established WiFi analyzer tool for the Windows operating system. InSSIDer is available in three different editions: inSSIDer Office, inSSIDer Office + Wi-Spy Mini, and inSSIDer Office + Wi-Spy DBx. The most affordable editions, inSSIDer Office, doesn’t support 2.4 GHz spectrum analysis, can’t measure 2.4 GHz channel utilization, doesn't support 5GHz spectrum analysis, and can't measure 5GHz channel utilization.
Wifi Analyzer is a Windows 10 app available on Microsoft Store. This simple Windows WiFi analyzer tool is aimed solely at home users, and the basic version is ad-free. The Pro version adds live-tile support, beeper for signal strength, the ability to connect to WiFi networks directly from the app, filters, the ability to disable screen timeout and lock screen rotation, and the option to change signal strength borders.
Vistumber stands apart from many other WiFi analyzers thanks to its support for GPS and live Google Earth tracking. When Vistumber finds a WiFi network, it plots it on a map, showing its exact location as well as other information, such as encryption, strength, name, and so on.
Wireshark is a free and open source packet analyzer intended for troubleshooting and analysis of a variety of different communications protocols, including WiFi. Its main strengths are the scope of its features and thriving open source community.