As more and more PC users roll onto Microsoft’s latest OS offering, Windows 10, occasional slip ups within the operating system are bound to be pointed at. One such problem circling some in the massive user-base happens to be about dreaded broken Wi-Fi, but luckily there is a quick yet nerdy solution for fixing this issue in a jiffy! We show you how, right here.
To explain the issue at hand in a bit more detail, the problem is surfacing on machines that were upgraded from Windows 7 or 8.1 to Windows 10. Apparently if you had a old VPN client, specifically from Cisco, configured on your older Windows setup, Microsoft is certain that piece of software is what is causing the issue on Windows 10, and no amount of reboots or safe-mode investigations will fix the problem at hand.Full Detail
Try as it might to be an easy-to-use, simplified operating system for tablets and other consumption devices, Windows 8 is still Windows at heart. If you’re using Windows 8’s desktop, you’ll still be facing many of the issues you faced on previous versions of Windows. It’s possible to delete files, fill your computer’s system tray with startup programs, and experience other Windows system issues.
We’ll cover some common problems users will face and how to fix them on Windows 8. Some of these tricks may work on previous versions of Windows, but Windows 8 adds many new tools to help with these sorts of problems. For example, Windows 8 includes a built-in antivirus, so users will have malware protection out of the box.Full Detail
We like Windows 7: it's faster than Vista, makes better use of your system resources, is packed with interesting features, and looks great, too.
But that doesn't mean it's perfect, of course. If you've moved to Windows 7 recently then you might have noticed various upgrade problems, interface issues and features that seem to have disappeared entirely, among many other complications with the new system.
Don't despair, though - while these problems can be really frustrating, answers are beginning to appear. We've uncovered some of the best and most effective solutions around, so follow our guide and your Windows 7 installation will soon be back on track.Full Detail
When you use Windows to connect to the Internet, it is the Network Adapter and the corresponding hardware network chips that are your primary supporters in getting you online. At times, we come around various kind of network related issues, such as limited WiFi problem, outdated drivers, network lost when Windows wake up from sleep and so on. To troubleshoot and fix your Network & Internet connection problems, there is a free tool called NetAdapter Repair that can help you.
NetAdapter Repair All In One is a free tool that can help you troubleshoot and repair problems with Windows networking adapters. It is especially designed to tackle your network woes and provide you trouble-free access to net surfing. We tested this open source software on Windows 10 and it fixed out the network problem on that machine smartly.
As you can see in the above screenshot, it offers a lot of options to diagnose network and connectivity problems. WithNetAdapter Repair, you can:
1. Flush Windows DNS cache just with one click.
2. Reload NetBIOS and can easily reset Internet Options to default.
3. Clear Static IP Settings, route table and host’s file are not a big deal for this utility
4. Renew and release DHCP address and change to Google DNS for all adapters.Read More