In this tutorial I’m going to show how to fix Wi-Fi connection problem in windows 10. Lots of users have reported that there are many upgrade bugs in windows 10, including no sound on windows 10, windows 10 stuck in black screen, etc. recently, many users encounter the windows 10 Wi-Fi problem Wi-Fi is not available after Windows 10 update from Windows 8.1, 8, or 7, no Wi-Fi connections available after Windows 10 upgrade, or no Wi-Fi adapters available in the system, or Wi-Fi is not working.

There are many ways to fix Wi-Fi connection problem after installing windows 10, these methods will work on all computers like: Asus, Acer, Dell, HP, Sony, Lenovo, Samsung, Toshiba, IBM, Alien ware, Compaq, Gateway, LG, Microsoft, MSI, etc..

Top 4 Solution to Fix Wi-Fi Connection Problem in Windows 10

Try the 4 ways below to solve the windows 10 Wi-Fi not working or won’t turn on problem on your laptop, desktop PC or notebook computer. Here is how to make Wi-Fi available.

Method #1: Update the Network Adapter Driver  

An outdated or incompatible network adapter driver can cause Wi-Fi connection problems. If you recently upgraded to Windows 10, it’s possible that the current driver was designed for a previous version of Windows. Check to see if an updated driver is available.

  • In the search box on the taskbar, type Device Manager, and then select Device Manager from the list of results.
  • In Device Manager, select Network adapters > the network adapter name. ()
Update the Network Adapter Driver
Update the Network Adapter Driver
  • Right-click (or press and hold) the network adapter, and then select Update Driver Software >Search automatically for updated driver software. Follow the steps, then select Close.
Fix Wi-Fi Connection Problem in Windows 10
Fix Wi-Fi Connection Problem in Windows 10
  • After installing the updated driver, select the Start button > Power > Restart if you’re asked to restart, and see if that fixes the connection issue.

From this way I solved my windows 10 wifi problem and I am sure that this will work on your windows 10 pc. If you have any questions about it please do not hesitate to comment.

Method #2: Resetting TCP/IP to Default

  • Go to the Start Menu, type cmd and right click, and select “Run As Administrator”
  • Type the following commands, each followed by pressing enter.

netsh winsock reset cataloge

Ignore the message to restart computer for a while.

netsh int ip reset

Resetting TCP/IP to Default
Resetting TCP/IP to Default

  • Wait for the Command Prompt to run through the TCP/IP reset. Once it’s complete, you’ll need to restart your computer to finish.

Method #3: Disable Power Savings Mode For The Wireless Card

To disable all Power Management settings in Device Manager, expand Network Adapters, right-click the adapter >Properties > Power Management. Finally, uncheck the option labelled Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power option. Click OK button. That’s it!

Disable Power Savings Mode For The Wireless Card
Disable Power Savings Mode For The Wireless Card

As it is a concern of all laptops users, they try to manage the energy consumption with restrictive power options, especially while operating on battery. When the wireless connectivity component is not contacted for a certain time, Windows 10 may automatically turn it off. Disabling the option will at least eliminate this factor from the possible issue causes.

Methode #4: Reset TCP/IP Stack and Autotuning

Misconfigured TCP/IP settings might probably cause the issue of irresponsive Wi-Fi connection. It can easily be reset or Auto tuned through the Microsoft Windows very own Net Shell utility (netsh.exe). Have a look at the procedures below for the practical implication of this utility.

  • Go to the Start Menu, type cmd and right click, and select “Run As Administrator”
  • Type the following commands, each followed by pressing enter.
  • NETSH INT TCP SET HEURISTICS DISABLED
  • NETSH INT TCP SET GLOBAL AUTOTUNINGLEVEL=DISABLED
  • NETSH INT TCP SET GLOBAL RSS=ENABLED

After you entered the command line above then if you want to see how does it work type

  • Netsh int TCP show global
Reset TCP/IP Stack and Autotuning
Reset TCP/IP Stack and Autotuning

Windows has the ability to change the TCP Autotuning level on its own. The command lines written above stop such a behavior of Windows.

Conclusion

That’s all. From these ways I solved my windows 10 wifi problem and I am sure that this will work on your windows 10 PC. If you have any questions about it please do not hesitate to comment.

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