É o seu Windows 10 PC não conseguir se conectar à Internet? É o seu PC não se conectar à rede Wi-Fi? Você está encontrando problemas de rede no seu PC, mas não pode corrigi-los? Neste guia, we will share an easy way to fix network issues by resetting network settings to their defaults.
The built-in troubleshooters in Windows 10 can help you fix most of the common network issues. But if you are unable to solve one or more network issues using built-in troubleshooters, you should consider resetting network settings.
Resetting network settings will reinstall all network adapters and set other networking components to their default settings. No processo, janelas 10 will forget all Wi-Fi networks and their passwords. assim, if you don’t remember the Wi-Fi password that your PC regularly connect to, você deve know or backup the saved Wi-Fi password before resetting network settings.
After resetting network settings, you will need to manually connect your PC to a Wi-Fi network again by entering the password. You might need to reinstall networking software like VPN clients.
Reset network settings to their defaults in Windows 10
Follow the given below directions to perform network reset in Windows 10.
Degrau 1: Navegar para Configurações aplicativo > Rede & Internet > estado.
Degrau 2: No Change your network settings seção, clique Network reset ligação. Clicking the link will open Network reset page.
If the Network reset link doesn’t appear, it’s likely because you are running a version older than Windows 10 Aniversário Update (versão 1607).
Degrau 3: Finalmente, Clique no Reiniciar agora botão. Clique sim button when you see the confirmation dialog to reset the network settings.
Your PC will automatically disconnect from the Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection. You will see “You’re about to be signed out” message on the screen. After about five minutes, your PC will automatically restart once to complete the network reset job. assim, save your work before your PC automatically reboots.
Resetting network settings should address network issues.