Windows 10 helpful commands to resolve internet connectivity issues when you using a browser are very simple and ease to carry out. Connectivity issues are more frequent when you are an internet user and your connection is often robust. That is you use internet connection from one environment and infrastructure to another.
Like you are from the home connection to the hotel where you have a meeting before you head to the office. The more frequent these circumstances are the likely windows errors are bound to pop up now and then.
I noticed this from my work place that most visitors would experience connection errors when nothing appears to be wrong in the network. The visitors would experience Errors like
Your Connection was interrupted
After a few investigations problem would be pointed to just refreshing the the Ethernet adapter.
Windows 10 Helpful Commands
If you are running Windows 10 the following simple commands will help administratively. And the errors can happen just about in any browser. Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer and so on. Here are a few steps to run the commands.
Open command prompt by typing CMD in the search or start window. Then right clicking and choose Run As Administrator and finally type the following lines one by one and press Enter on your keyboard after each:
- ipconfig /release
- netsh int ip set dns
- ipconfig /flushdns
- ipconfig /renew
- netsh winsock reset
- ipconfig /registerdns
These command will help reset the Network values in the adapter and clear your problems so easily and fast.
They are simple and can be done by an average computer user with the permission.
It will also be wise to reset the wireless router by completely switching it off. Remove the power cable for a few minutes. The troublesome computer should also be switched of by removing the power cord just for a minute.
Also ensure Ethernet adapter drivers are updated. Windows 10 offers to optionally deliver updates for other Microsoft products when you update Windows 10.
If these instruction don’t work you will find that the network issue is beyond and further troubleshooting is required by the system administrator
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