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How to Reset Network Adapter Settings to Default in Windows 10

Are you fed up of Network issues on your Windows 10 PC? Is your WiFi disconnecting frequently or not connecting after millions of efforts. Then the ultimate fix that will work your PC will - Reset Network Adapter Settings to Default.

When you connect your computer to router or Hotspot the adapter settings get messed up. This is a principal cause for network issues in Windows 10. When you Network Adapter Settings to Default all the settings restored into the original or fundamental state. So it works on the most of the PCs successfully fixing any type of problems whether it is on Wireless or Ethernet connection.

See a full guide in this concern - How to Reset Network Settings to Default in Windows 10.






How to Reset Network Adapter Settings to Default in Windows 10


Step 1 - Go to Settings => Network & Internet.

How to Reset Network Adapter Settings to Default in Windows 10


Step 2 - Scroll Down to bottom in the right pane and press the link Network reset

How to Reset Network Adapter Settings to Default in Windows 10


Step 3 - You will get into an another page, Select Reset now button from here.

How to Reset Network Adapter Settings to Default in Windows 10


Step 4 - A confirmation pop up will prompt asking you "Are you sure you want to reset network settings".

Step 5 - You will be informed that your computer will restart in 5 minutes, so, close your works and let the process to be completed.

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