Windows 10: Win10 Network Problem... I think?

  1.    12 May 2016 #1

    Win10 Network Problem... I think?


    Hi guys, so I freshly installed win 10 home, all the drivers and so on... the problem is when I watch a youtube video, a stream or just navigate between 3 pages, chrome just buffers and my internet crashes and then comes back after like 5-10 sec... when there is high traffic it just stops working randomly.
    I did a speedtest and everything was normal there, I have 200Mbps up/20 down and this only happens on my pc... Every other device is working.
    This happened since I fresh installed win 10 again yesterday! And my network driver is updated too, I really don't know what to do anymore...
    Btw: the whole time I am connected to my WiFi.
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  2.    12 May 2016 #2

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  3.    13 May 2016 #3

    Hello, first: you say you installed drivers. Did you manually install drivers? Which ones? Windows 10 takes care of most drivers- Uncle MS maintains a list, and will replace those that are different.

    Second, can you post a screenshot of your task manager with Chrome open; click the CPU tab to get processes using most CPU time at the top. Repeat for any other column if of interest.

    What happens with a different browser?

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