Is your internet connection dropping out or pages are not being loaded in a proper way? If your answer is yes, then you need to go through this article with an apt attention from top to the bottom.

The first and foremost step to resolve any website access issues to make the cache clear and then do refreshing of the page. If you cannot access some of the sites, but other pages are not being loaded, then this step will overcome your problem. If you are having admin controls over your computer, then you should look for blocked sties. After this, make endeavor to use a different IP address if you have or else contact technical support for troubleshooting DNS issues.

Ensure that you stay connected to the internet. You will be able to do so by simply clicking right on the Network icon for diagnosis of connection settings. You may also chink any website address and perceive whether there is any response. If you are receiving any response, then you need to go ahead with step 3 of troubleshooting internet problems. In case, there exists a yellow triangle in the local area connection, which you are making use of, then you need to contact network administrator for having your problems solved.

You need to disable as well as re-enable your wireless connection to perceive whether you are capable of sending and receiving packets over the internet. With regard to advanced troubleshooting, make use of the Windows network troubleshooter for resetting the network adapter. It will certainly clear the DNS cache and then re enable the adapter. In case, it fails to work, then at once contact internet service provider or technical support for seeking more information.

Apart from all these things, there are some free online tools to check the condition of your connection if websites are not being loaded or fail to respond.   If you are unable to connect with your LAN but wireless connection goes on dropping off the grid, then go ahead with the next step for troubleshooting your network connection. Remember that a weak wireless connection can cause slow speed or frequently dropping out of your network. You should make endeavor to seek some help and guidance on router troubleshooting from an online tech support service. In addition to this, you can also do resetting of the router for clearance of the cache. Have firmware updates for your router or perceive whether you are able to keep it anywhere so it gives better performance.