HOW TO SOLVE WINDOWS 10 CONNECTIVITY PROBLEM
LIMITED CONNECTIVITY ON WINDOWS 10
Some users love Windows 8.1 or 7. But the newest Windows 10 has already made a big impact on the market worldwide. The Windows plays a great role in taking the Microsoft Operating System to a whole new level.We are going to discuss an important problem here regarding some user complaining about the limited connectivity issue or Wi Fi disconnection repeatedly upon upgrading to Windows 10.
Lets see in detail how to solve this connectivity issue.
Update the Wi Fi Driver
The problem might be coming due to your Wi Fi driver.. There might be a problem with your driver’s software for connecting the Wi-Fi of the computer. The disconnection might casue internet disconnectivyt and problems to your data saving and sharing. This can be solved by updating the Wi Fi driver for your Windows 10.
On your Windows 10 computer or Laptop, open the Control Panel and click on Device Manager. Then click on your wi fi network adapter. That will show if the adapter is enabled or disabled. If it is disabled, enable it . Do it otherwise and re-enable the wireless driver again. That way, they driver will be refreshed
If that does not solve the problem, click on the tab above and click the Update Driver option in the properties of wifi card. You will get two options, either to choose a driver from the list of drivers available in the list, or update the driver using recommended wizard. Either way , your driver will be updated. If the driver is already up to date, then it will not be updated and will give you a message that the driver isalready up to date.
Run Windows Updates
Being inside the Control panel, click Windows Updates. Open the windows updates from the control panel and check for the updats on your pc or laptop. Press the Button “Check for Updates”. If there are new updates available, the windows will provide you basic information on how to update it by clicking the Install Now Button. When the updates will finish installting, the wizard will close itself and the wizard will automatically close and re-open.
Disable Unnecessary Adapters
It might be a possibility that you might have more than one Wi Fi adapter installed or you might have an Ethernet adapter installed which is used to connect to Local Area Network LAN. If you are not using the LAN on wire, then you should disable the Ethernet adapter.
For doing this , you have to open the Control Panel. Press Start + R and type Control panel on the Run dialogue box. When the control panel opens, you can go ahead and open the device manager. There you will find your Ethernet adapter and will be able to disable it or uninstall it. It is not however recommended to uninstall it if you need to connect to a LAN afterwards in your environment.