How to Reset All Wireless Connections

By KR Knowlin

Network adapters enable users to access specific wireless connections. If you are having trouble getting online or maintaining a reliable wireless signal, resetting the connection may solve your problem. You can reset a wireless connection directly through your computer, regardless of the type of PC you have or how many wireless connections you have available.

Step 1

Open "Control Panel" from the "Start" menu.

Step 2

Search for "adapter" in the search box of the Control Panel window.

Step 3

Click "View Network Connections" under the Network and Sharing Center heading. A new window will open displaying your wireless network connections.

Step 4

Right-click on a connection.

Step 5

Select "Disable" from the drop-menu options.

Step 6

Right-click on the same connection, then select "Enable." Repeat for all the wireless connections you want to reset.