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How to Reset Network Adapter in Windows 10

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How to Reset Network Adapter in Windows 10

How to Reset Network Adapter in Windows 10

When your internet connection does not work, and every troubleshooting idea you had seems to fail. One possible fix is to reset the network adapter, but this should really be your last resort.

The latest versions of Windows 10 offer an easy way to reset network adapters and, in this guide, we show you how this is done:

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When you reset the network adapter, your computer will forget all the WiFi passwords and networks you ever added. It will also forget VPN connections and virtual switches.




How to reset all networks adapters in Windows 10

1. Press Windows + I keys to open Settings app.

2. Open Network & Internet settings in the Settings app.

3. On the left side of the Network & Internet settings window, make sure that you are in the Status category. Then, on the right, scroll until you reach the bottom of the settings list. There, you should see a link called "Network reset." Click on it.

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4. After clicking Reset now, Windows will ask you if you’re sure. Click Yes, and restart your computer. When you reboot, just follow the steps that Windows will show you and you should be OK.

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As you can see, resetting the network adapters is an easy task, even if you’re a beginner.
 

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