*This method will only work in Windows 10*

Some networks might have to have statically assigned DNS settings that can cause issues when moving to different locations.

  1. Click on the Windows Start Menu
  2. Click on
  3. Click on
  4. Click on
  5. If step 4 fails, repeat step 1; click the Windows logo and type then open Control Panel.
  6. Click on Network & Internet.
  7. Click on Network and Sharing Centre.
  8. Click the Change adapter settings item.

  9. Right Click on and choose Properties
  10. Click on Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) then on Properties.
  11. If you see something like this, with numbers in the Preferred DNS & Alternate (that might be have numbers in also, Click on Obtain DNS Server address Automatically.
  12. Click on OK
Repeat for the Wireless Network, it may look like this