Resetting your network really should be used as a last option in your troubleshooting process. Before trying it, you should try some basic fixes first. Sometimes break of the actual network due to the inflection of the driver or the network settings. The great thing is that Windows 10 provides users easy troubleshooting options to fix most of the network-related issues.
So, in this article, we have decided to share some of the methods to reset the network settings on Windows 10. By applying these steps, you can fix most of Windows 10’s network-related problems.
Using Windows 10 CMD
First of all, open the Start menu and type CMD. Look for the Run as administrator option and click on it.
Then type the following command and press enter button.
“netsh winsock reset”
Now it will take some time, once done you will be notified with the note ”Winsock reset completed successfully”.
Using Windows 10 Setting
On the Setting app, you have to select the Network and Internet tab.
On the left side of the Setting app, click on the Status bar, and scroll down. Look for the Network reset and click on it.
Then a new window is opened which tells you to restart the system. So, restart the system and you are all done.