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  • Level 7  
    Hello,
    After installing the Windows 10 update (to version 1709), the internet began to behave strangely. The pages load slowly, but the ping and download speed work as expected. When loading pages at the bottom of the browser, the message "Connecting to a host" appears and stops at this point for a few seconds and then loads the page. The content of the page is read aloud but also slowly eg. Twitch.tv practically at all and sometimes I have to refresh the page so that anything will show up.
    UPC supplier, result from speedtest: link

    The problem only appears on the home network, the pages load very quickly when connected to a hotspot on the phone. I've done a lot in this case, so I'll try to write this out:

    1) I set DNS to public
    2) I cleaned DNS
    3) I switched on the emergency network and still the same
    4) Scanned by antivirus, nothing found
    5) I cleaned the registry with CCleaner and all files
    6) This is happening on every browser
    7) I unplug the cable from the computer, I even tried to connect to the network via WiFi, the same
    8) I have disabled some chroma accelerations and other such things, but as I wrote above, this happens on many browsers
    9) I tested what it looks like on the second computer. It's a bit worse when it comes to parameters, but everything loads faster.

    I was combining a horse uphill and I can not remember what I was doing, but it was a lot. I would like to solve it somehow, but honestly, I do not have any ideas anymore.
    If nothing can be invented anymore, the format will go, and maybe it will help ...
  • Level 39  
    An antivirus?
    Reinstall the network card - just remove it from the manager, let it install the windows and set everything by default, as there are several cards (wifi, eth, BT ...) it's everything, it broke itself, let it "fix it" ;) .
    Another matter of the proxy settings, you may have ticked "automatically detect" then it actually becomes for a few seconds when establishing a connection.
    https://answers.microsoft.com/pl-pl/windows/f...mi-proxy/75317945-c273-4482-b59b-cc6dca1678f8
    I'm just gluing it in case you would like to ask where to set it.

    So for starters, what was dawning on me.
    I'm asking for an antivirus because some wonderful inventions will install their filters / protocols and it's different with that, God forbid Avast :D
  • Level 14  
    If the same computer connected to one network has a problem with loading pages and then connected to the other network, this problem does not mean that it is not the fault of the network card. I would bet on a too long DNS server response - maybe the vendor's configured DNS server has some problems that may resolve over time. Try to set up an alternative public DNS server and compare.
  • Level 39  
    kondzio2003 wrote:
    If the same computer connected to one network has a problem with loading pages and then connected to the other network, this problem does not mean that it is not the fault of the network card. I would bet on a too long DNS server response - maybe the vendor's configured DNS server has some problems that may resolve over time. Try to set up an alternative public DNS server and compare.


    Eee no no buddy, windows 8 and 10 detect "different" network and can do such a circus, it's not XP that you do not connect it works.
    Besides, you do not read, he wrote that he was typing public DNS.

    To windows 8 and 10 you have to go as if to a down-type child, start with the simplest type of thing - blow the card. And often it is surprisingly effective. It's that hands fall on these redmond creations, well, people like them, they have it.
  • Level 7  
    The only antivirus I have at this moment is Windows Defender. Previously, I installed Malwarebytes to scan, did not detect it, I removed it.
    I have uninstalled the first item from this screen: https://i.imgur.com/dALbZ9G.png
    Nothing could.
    After all, how to connect to another network, the internet works well, so the equipment is rather efficient.

    As for the proxy, I actually had it set to Automatic, now I have this: https://i.imgur.com/5TmG8Ye.png
    The issue still exists.

    DNS is set to public (8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4) and still the same

    // internet I have after the cable, no wifi (at this point, if I want wifi then I have a card for usb)
  • Level 39  
    You entered DNS and the rest of the settings you have with DHCP or finger?
    Check what you can enter from your finger.
  • Level 39  
    Check what IP network your network is working on and enter an IP. (IP, mask, gate)
    You can also try to disable the ipv6 protocol.
  • Level 14  
    After changing DNS for sure I would restart the system.
  • Level 7  
    Okay, so:
    1) After granting Ip and DNS, the Internet was even worse (unusable)
    2) After disabling ipv6, only youtube and google worked (other websites were still trying to load but none of them worked)
    3) After sending the DNS and restarting it is still the same.

    I noticed a strange relationship now, namely Google and YouTube work normally and efficiently (which I would not do, whether it would automatically give me dns and ip or turn off ipv6), other sites already worse.
  • Level 39  
    Did you reset UPC hardware?
    Do you have an additional router or just a "modem"?
  • Level 7  
    internet from UPC.

    there is one router in the network, roommates also use it.
  • Level 39  
    Connect the computer directly to the modem for a while.
    Leaving everything on the computer on the computer (DHCP).
  • Level 7  
    I will say yes, I have done reset your computer's settings to the initial state and for now it seems that the internet works as it should. However, Windows is an interesting software.
    Thanks to everyone for trying to help :)
  • Level 39  
    LancerZ wrote:
    However, Windows is an interesting software.


    So interesting that since the appearance of 8 and 10 people do not even want to reply to the forum, sad but true.
    We returned to the win95 era: it does not work: c: format.
  • Level 12  
    oh yes, this 10 is a misunderstanding, each update corrects one, the other breaks, I have the impression that MS does everything (bypassing whether consciously or not) that people abandoned Windows and changed to other systems, and this case described in this topic it's nothing new, unfortunately ... I'm curious to know one thing, since you made a reset to the initial state, you removed the updates, and if so, what will happen when these updates are reinstalled ...
  • Level 39  
    Unfortunately, 99.8% of people have it somewhere.
    The remaining 0.2% come to work in the morning and wonder who the hell he broke in the night and broke the equipment (when turning off on the fajrant threw a patch).
    :D
  • Level 43  
    LancerZ wrote:
    After installing the Windows 10 update (to version 1709), the internet began to behave strangely.

    You may need to install tons of new updates to this compilation:
    https://support.microsoft.com/pl-pl/help/4043454
    LancerZ wrote:
    However, Windows is an interesting software.

    Because it's like MS says - not the operating system and the service ...
  • Level 14  
    KOCUREK1970 wrote:
    Because it's like MS says - not the operating system and the service ...


    In a way ... you buy one time, but you have the upgrade service all the time :)