Your Network adapter allows your computer to communicate over local area network (LAN) or Wi-Fi networks in order to access the internet. If you are experiencing issues with your internet connection such as slow speeds or a complete loss of connectivity, resetting your network adapter may be helpful. This can be done by making your computer forget the network and then adding it again. Use the instructions below to reset your network adapter.
How to reset a network adapter in Windows 11
- Click on Start ⊞ and select Settings ⚙.
- Click on Network & internet and select Advanced network settings.
- Click on Network reset, then click on Reset now and select Yes.
- Restart your computer and reconnect to your desired network.