Windows: Troubleshoot & Fix Your Wifi Connection
Although there are still users who are connected to their home router by cable, the vast majority make use of WiFi technology to connect to the Internet from the computer for convenience and thus not have to pull cable throughout the house. If you are a Windows user, you may have come across some problems at certain times with your PC unable to recognize your WiFi network or unable to connect to it.
Just because you’re connected to WiFi doesn’t mean you have internet. In fact, it is very common to encounter this problem: we are connected by WiFi but we do not have Internet in Windows. There can be many causes that make you unable to navigate, even if everything appears perfectly connected, that your pages do not load. The WiFi connection of your devices to the router allows you to form a Local Network or LAN.Everyone uses the wireless connection to create that “network” between devices and the router.
But the local network is useless if you are not connected to the Internet because there is a failure in the operator, because your service provider has fallen, because the router is not working or any other reason. That is why we usually find the problem of connected, but without Internet in Windows 10, so we are going to comment on some of the things we can do depending on each case to solve the problem of having a connection but not Internet on our devices.
Although it is not an elaborate solution, it is usually a good resource that works when your Internet is not doing well. It may be excessively obvious, but it will take you a few seconds to check. Check that all the lights are on (especially the Internet one), that all the cables are properly plugged in and that we are close enough to it. Although there are still users who are connected
to their home router by cable, the vast majority make use of WiFi technology to connect to the Internet from the computer for convenience and thus not have to pull cable throughout the house. If you are a Windows 10 user, you may have encountered some problems at certain times to get your PC to recognize the WiFi of your house or can connect to it and we already saw how to try to solve it.
If you have done all of the steps below and still can’t get your system back online, the possibility that your computer is infected with malware or viruses cannot be discarded. Call us at your convenience at 888-335-7145. Our representatives are always available to assist you.