Windows Wireless Troubleshooting
Windows 10 includes a feature that allows you to create a detailed report of the Wi-Fi connection history that can help to ease the process. The report provides information about each adapter, error events, as well as information about networks you have connected and session durations, which you can use to diagnose and solve connectivity related problems.
- Open an elevated command prompt.
Start -> cmd -> right click and choose to run as admin
- netsh wlan show wlanreport
Go to the file path in windows file explorer and you can then view the report for the computers wireless interface.