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Firewall & network protections: Keep unwanted online traffic out
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Quick ways to fix common Wi-Fi connection issues
Stop frustration in its tracks with quick Wi-Fi solution tips for Windows 10
hidden network on my network
hi. so when i go into my network settings to take a look around there is a network named hidden network, i can not do anything to it. i can not remove it nothing. what do i do?
how do you fix your internet
I can't get on my internet
When I connect to 5GHz network, it says no internet
I have always been able to connect to the 5GHz network until recently when I realized I've been using the 2.4GHz network and I'm wondering why I am not able to connect to it. It just happened so suddenly.
How to quickly resolve your computer problems
Use Windows 10 built-in troubleshooter to help solve problems with your PC.
Take control of your security with Windows Defender Security Center
Windows Defender Security Center puts you in control of your security protections, and recommends actions to improve device health and security.
"No Internet Access" Problem (This is SERIOUS!)
I have used my Dell Latitude computer for a long time now (It's running Windows 10). When I turned on the computer and log in, I noticed that there's no internet access in my PC. I tried so many fixes like resetting network, changing protocols, resetting Windows sockets API, reinstalling and updating networking drivers, etc.; but still, NO InTeRNet AcCesS. Even if it does work, the problem returns after a few days. How can I get rid of this problem once and for all?
For those who are having internet issues with Windows store
I managed to fix the internet, "Where internet works as connected when you use your browser, but doesn't work when you use Windows Store, it's apps, or settings to sync your account". Microsoft has a driver called Virtual Miniport Adapter, or sounds similar to that, I disabled that driver along with any vpns, and virtual machine network adapters, that fixed the problem. Sometimes my system may start with these drivers hidden and causes my network adapter to do that, but your issue is that your network adapter is connected to your internet. It's an issue with Microsoft's Direct Virtual WiFi driver. https://1drv.ms/u/s!AvgJw57iE8PBgZoIDW1xit3UtTY8hw
Internet speed limited (Again) help
Hi I encounter a problem since a couple of days. I have a internet connection 400 Mbps / 50 Mbps My computer is all up to date Drivers are all up to date Windows version : 19041.329 I tried everything : - Hard reset internet modem - Hard reset internet routeur - Hard reset network card - Change network cable - reinstall completly network drivers - no speed limit are setting up somewhre My card negociate at 1Gbps Full duplex, no errors My computer is not able to get more than 180 Mbps (speedtest) in download FTP transfer don't want to go up than 600 Kbs I have an other computer with the same build of windows and i have no problem I've already had a problem like this last year and i was obligated to do a hard reinstall of Windows
Check your network connection status. Windows 10 lets you quickly check your network connection status. And if you're having trouble with your connection, you can run the Network troubleshooter to try and fix it. Select the Start button, then select Settings > Network & Internet > Status. Check your network connection status.
In Windows 10, select Start, then select Settings > Network & Internet > Status > Network and Sharing Center. Select Set up a new connection or network. Select Set up a new network, then choose Next. The wizard will walk you through creating a network name and a security key.
Follow these steps: from the Start menu or by pressing the Win + I key combination, open the Settings and click on the Network and Internet option. Once there, we select the Status option from the menu on the left side and, within the configurations and options that are loaded in the right panel, we have to look for the restoration of the network.
Select Start > Settings > Network & Internet > Wi-Fi. Next, select Show available networks, and if a network you expect to see appears in the list, select it, then select Connect.