I've got a Dell Studio laptop running Windows 7 that I'm trying to get onto a wireless network with a Quest DSL ('Actiontec') modem. I can see and 'connect' to the network fine, but in the Network and Sharing Center, it's stuck 'Identifying' the network, so I can't get online. Windows 10 May 2020 Update has received fixes for major bugs in Microsoft’s monthly patches for July, but it looks like the update has yet another unpatched problem and it has been finally.
If your Windows laptop is experiencing slow WiFi, it might be stuck on the 2.4 GHz Band. You can check to see which band your client is using by clicking on Clients -> WiFi ClientsT splines v4 serial number product key. from the sidebar. If it shows 2.4 GHz as the Band, then it likely means that the driver isn’t automatically band-steering to 5 GHz.
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To fix this issue, go to Device Manager on your laptop and locate your WiFi device under Network Devices. In the Advanced tab, set Preferred Band to 5 Band. This will allow automatic band-steering to 5 GHz and ensure a faster WiFi experience.