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Windows 10 Issues



Solution

1. Restart your computer. If that doesn't work, type cmd in the search.



2. Right click on the Command Prompt and select "Run as administrator".



3. Enter: netsh winsock reset catalog



4. Enter: netsh int ipv4 reset



5. Restart your computer and try to access the Internet. If you are still having problems with Windows 10 computers only, contact the computer manufacturer or check out Microsoft.com: Fix network connection issues in Windows 10.

  • Cause: Windows 10 has a feature known as Windows Update Delivery Optimization (WUDO). This feature was designed to help users get their software updates quicker, by using peer-to-peer sharing. This setting, when enabled, uses your Windows 10 computer to provide other Windows 10 users a portion of their download (like a bittorrent service).
  • References: Microsoft.com: Windows Update Delivery Optimization (WUDO)

Turn off Windows Update Delivery Optimization (WUDO)
  • Go to "Start"
  • Select "Settings"
  • Select "Update & security"
  • Select "Windows Update"
  • Select "Advanced options"
  • Select "Choose how updates are delivered"
  • Under the section "Updates from more than one place", turn the toggle to the "Off" position.