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Intel® Wifi HotSpot Assistant is not supported with Windows® 10, therefore, it is not possible to use it in this configuration.
We would like to mention that the Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N WiMAX 6150 is considered a legacy adapter and does not have full driver support for Windows® 10, however, it may work with Windows 8* or 8.1* drivers:
Supported Operating Systems for Intel® Wireless Products
Furthermore, this adapter is reaching End of Interactive Support.
Customer Support Options for Discontinued Intel® Wireless Products
thanks for the reply, will be good reason to return to Windows 7, on the other, that series adapter has the function of current hotspot for Windows 10 ? and where I can buy?.
With Windows® 10, the wireless connections are managed by the Operating System, so, Intel® WiFi HotSpot Assistant is not required to automatically connect your PC to free Wi-Fi hotspots.
Furthermore, this feature is being discontinued and is no longer available with Intel® PROset/Wireless Software 19.0.x or later, for Windows* 7 or 8.
Using the Intel® WiFi HotSpot Assistant
If you are referring to the ability to use your PC as a Wireless Hotspot (access point), please be aware that this option is not currently supported either.