How do I fix the problem "Unidentified network" for WLAN on Windows 10?

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How do I fix the problem 'Unidentified network' for WLAN on Windows 10?

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Restart Your Computer
Restarting the computer, as inconvenient as it may appear, has saved many people from a variety of problems. As a solution, restarting your Windows 10 PC is always recommended to resolve any issues it may be experiencing.

Restart your computer now. It has the potential to reset any setting or equipment that is generating network connectivity problems. Allow your PC to connect to the WiFi network automatically after the reboot and check if the internet is working again.
If you're still having problems with the unexplained network error, move on to the following step.

Router Reset
An inexplicable network problem in Windows 10 can be caused by a disagreement with the wireless router. You can try resetting or restarting the wireless router to see if that fixes the unexplained network error.

There is now a dedicated method for restarting the Wi-Fi router. The steps are as follows:

  1. Step 1: Unplug the Wi-Fi router from the power source it is currently attached to.
  2. Step 2: Leave the router unplugged from the power supply for a few minutes.
  3. Step 3: Reconnect the router to the power supply and restart it. This could take a few minutes.
Connect your PC to the wireless network once the router has started operating, and verify if this has fixed the unexplained network issue on your Windows 10 PC.