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TheFalcon
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Windows 10 wifi ridiculously slow

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On windows 8, my wifi speeds were perfectly fine. Since the upgrade to windows 10, my downloads speeds have been around 0.2 mbps. The wifi speed on my other devices is fine. 

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Shovon_Khan
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You need to update your wifi driver.

Check in windows updates, or go to the vendors support page to get the latest version.

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vishnu21
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i have the same issue. If i connect with other laptop which is on windows 7, its showing 45 MBPS, but my HP Laptop which is on windows 10 is showing about 0.2 MBPS and i couldnt see a vedio. It worked find until i upgade from 8.1 till a week ago.

 

I tried to update/install my network drivers Realtek RTL8188EE 802.11 bgn Wi-Fi Adapter, using devicer manger->network->update network drivers using web,but its saying 'Device is already having the updated driver'. 

 

I couldnt find any updated version for these drivers either in HP or in web.

 

any one has this problem and suggest to fix this?

 

Regards,

vishnu

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ThiagoNugnezi
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I had the same problem.
After trying many suggestions on the internet I found one that solved my problem. I took more than a week to solve but now I'm happy.
On my case the problem was the security wifi protocol. I was using AES and changed to TKIP. For me there is no reason to this to work, but solved my problem.
Hope it helps.

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vishnu21
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Hi,

 

Can you please let me know where can i change that settings?

 

Regards,

Vishnu

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vishnu21
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I just found the options, but its not giving me the option to change the setting.

 

 

Regards,

Vishnu

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ThiagoNugnezi
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To change to you must change the settings at your router.

To enter at the router settings you must enter at the configuration page of the router (the usuall IP are: 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.1.100 - probably the adress is writen on the router) or you can search for it using the name of the router at google.

At the configuration page of the router find wi-fi settings and there you will be able to change from AES to TKIP.

 

Hope this help.

pross56
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@ThiagoNugnezi wrote:

To change to you must change the settings at your router.

To enter at the router settings you must enter at the configuration page of the router (the usuall IP are: 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.1.100 - probably the adress is writen on the router) or you can search for it using the name of the router at google.

At the configuration page of the router find wi-fi settings and there you will be able to change from AES to TKIP.

 

Hope this help.


I have selected both TKIP/AES and that does not work - 

Any other suggestions?

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completelocks
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Isn't this pathetic. A new operating system that is advertised as the future, and the user has to change settings themselves. What about the people who are not quite as technically minded as others? 

Windows 10 is slow,  slow beyond beleif. I have a HP 11-n400na, advertised as all singing all dancing. With windows 8 on it was slower than my old windows 7 laptop of a much lower spec, and now with windows 10 on it is even worse!!

It needs a serious overhaul. Less of the crap people will just not use. There is so much running 'in the background' and on start up it is rediculous. This takes over 4 mins from off to being useable.

 

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I battled with this for days.  Wifi was a snails pace while being plugged in blazed.  After checking all settings and updating drivers, it ended up being as simple as going to notification center on lower right of desktop (or WINDOWS Key + A) and unchecking the location button.  I was shocked that enabling locations for the Cortana feature was the root of the issue.

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