How To Fix Wifi Problem In Laptop Windows 11

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For seamless browsing, streaming, and remaining connected to the outside world in the age of digital communication, having a strong and dependable WiFi connection is essential. However, WiFi problems can occasionally occur with Windows 11, leaving users unconnected and annoyed. We'll cover four efficient fixes for WiFi issues with a laptop running Windows 11 in this blog post. it if you're having trouble connecting, keep reading to quickly do it!

Examine and Reset Your WiFi Hardware

  1. Verify that all connections are safe by physically inspecting your WiFi gear, such as the router and modem.
  2. Turn off your router and modem, then wait 30 seconds before turning them back on.
  3. On your laptop, go to the Start menu and type "Settings." Activate "Settings" and go to "Network & Internet."
  4. Select "Wi-Fi" under "Network & Internet," then "Hardware properties."
  5. In the "Hardware properties" panel, select "Properties," then "Change settings."
  6. Select the "Driver" tab and then "Uninstall Device." Restart your laptop after confirming the action.

Update WiFi drivers 

  • Press "Windows + X" at the same time to bring up a menu, then choose "Device Manager" from the list.
  • Find the "Network adapters" section and expand it. When you right-click on your WiFi adapter, select "Update Driver."
  • The "Search automatically for updated driver software." Windows will now look for and apply any updates that are out there.
  • To apply the modifications, restart your laptop.

Reseting network settings 

  1. Select "Settings" from the Start menu once more and select "Network & Internet."
  2. Select "Advanced network settings" in the left pane.
  3. Down scrolling, select "Network reset."
  4. Click "Reset now" and then "Yes" to confirm in the Network reset window.
  5. Permit the procedure to finish before restarting your laptop.

Turn off WiFi adapter's power management

  • Perform a right-click on the Start button and choose "Device Manager."
  • Double-click on your WiFi adapter after expanding the "Network adapters" section.
  • Select the "Power Management" tab from the WiFi adapter properties box.
  • Uncheck the box next to the phrase "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power."
  • Restart your laptop.


It can be really aggravating to have WiFi issues with your laptop, but happily, Windows 11 makes it much easier to fix these problems. We've covered four efficient ways to fix WiFi issues in this blog post, providing a smooth browsing experience. You can recover a steady and dependable WiFi connection by verifying and resetting your WiFi hardware, updating drivers, clearing the network settings, and turning off power management.

Remember that a mix of these approaches may be necessary to resolve WiFi problems, so don't be afraid to experiment with each one until you discover the one that best suits your laptop. With your fixed WiFi connection running on Windows 11, stay connected and take pleasure in uninterrupted browsing!

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