1. Change the network settings to private
• In the taskbar's lower right corner, click the Wi-Fi Network icon.
• Navigate to your network's Properties.
• Transform the network profile from Public to Private.
2. Install the most recent driver for your Wi-Fi adapter
• Go to the Device Manager app.
• Expand Network Adapters category.
• Right-click your Wifi-Adapter.
• Select Update Driver.
3. Modify the Network Adaptor Settings
• Go to the Device Manager.
• In your Device Manager, expand the Network Adapter category.
• To open the adapter's properties, double-tap its name.
• Uncheck the box before "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" on the Power Management tab.
4. Clear the Wi-Fi Auto-Config Service cache
• By hitting Win + R, you can access the Run dialogue box.
• Enter "services.msc" and press OK.
• Locate and double-tap WLAN AutoConfig in the list of choices.
• From the Startup type dropdown menu, select Automatic.