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How do you reset Wi-Fi on Windows 8?

How do you reset Wi-Fi on Windows 8?

Forget Wi-Fi networks in Windows 8 and 10

  1. From the Start menu, click the cog icon to open the Settings app.
  2. Click on Network & internet, then click on Wi-Fi in the left-hand menu.
  3. On the right, click on Manage known networks.
  4. Click on the network you no longer want to use, and click the Forget button.

How do I refresh Wi-Fi on my computer?

Select the Start button, then select Settings > Network & Internet > Status > Network reset.

Why can’t I see Wi-Fi networks on Windows 8?

Go to the Start Menu and select Control Panel. Click the Network and Internet category and then select Networking and Sharing Center. From the options on the left-hand side, select Change adapter settings. Right-click on the icon for Wireless Connection and click enable.

Why does Windows 10 keep losing WiFi connection?

According to Microsoft, the wifi problem is triggered by unsupported VPN software present during the Windows 10 upgrade. The issue can also stop a wired Ethernet connection from working properly.

Why does my computer keep losing WiFi connection?

The most obvious cause of Wi-Fi connection problems is the distance between your laptop and the router. The farther you are from the router, the weaker the signal will be, and if the signal is too weak, your laptop will frequently drop its connection.

How to turn Wifi on/off in Windows 10?

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  • How do you refresh WiFi?

    The best way to refresh the list is to go to the command line and type: Assuming your wifi is called wlan0 (it might be wlan0 or something else) see ifconfig for details. On newer versions of Ubuntu you can leave out the wifi name and it will scan all wireless cards: This command will refresh the list by asking the wifi to rescan.