I know that the subject of Windows 10 and wifi has been mentioned many times here and on all other tech-forums. But after reading several of these post and trying the solutions, my problem still remains unsolved.
As opposed to many of the threads I have read, my computer can connect to the internet and also does so automatically (when near a saved connection).
My problem is that the computer disconnects very frequently (sometimes every 5 minutes or less). It reconnects fairly quickly, but I still cannot access websites until I manually disconnect and reconnect. When my computer disconnects, all networks, but my own, disappears from the list of available networks (which I find somewhat strange; attached picture). Also, the problem rarely occurs when I connect to a network that is not my home-network.
I have considered that it could be my router, but connecting to the router with a cable eliminates the problem (but I don't see the point in having a laptop, if I'm forced to stay with a metre or two of the router ), and my girlfriend's Macintosh has no problems at all with the wifi (not that that necessarily means I shouldn't).
Playing online games or using other services that require a little more of my wifi-connection seems to worsen the problem further.
I don't know what more to tell you. Ask anything you need to know.
Computer: ASUS X550JX
OS: Windows 10 64 Bit (originally Windows 8)
Network card and drivers are from Realtek.
Processor: Intel Core i7.
Edited by mibec, 12 January 2017 - 10:07 AM.