I just lately upgraded my laptop computer from Home windows 7 (Final Version) to Home windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB (Model 10.0.14393). (I intentionally went for the 2016 LTSB version for a number of causes, primarily that it leaves out many undesirable options reminiscent of Cortana and it does not interrupt your work as a way to set up new undesirable options on a regular basis, however simply installs necessary safety updates).
After this improve, I’m discovering that, from time to time (like each few days) the laptop computer disconnects from the router (a Thomson DG585). The router remains to be linked to the Web (Speak Speak, based mostly within the UK) and our different units (cellphones and a Linux laptop computer) are all nonetheless linked to it on the similar time.
After shedding wifi connection, if I attempt to join once more from the taskbar’s wifi icon, it says “Connecting” for a second after which “Not linked”. If I strive “Troubleshoot”, it tells me there’s one thing fallacious with the router, however I do know that is not the case as all the opposite units are linked okay. I regarded within the System Occasion log however did not discover something related. The one manner I discovered to reconnect my laptop computer is to close it down and restart it.
Is there another troubleshooting technique or another logs I can take a look at to attempt to resolve this downside?