Windows could not automatically detect this networks proxy settings i have this problem on my computer, not sure what it means. Also my PC's wifi is a lot slower than anything else. i get 34mbps and on my computer i get 3-5.

Disable Chrome Proxy: Click on the Chrome Menu on the browser toolbar (or type this in the address bar chrome://settings/). Select Settings. Click Show Advanced Settings at the bottom of the page. Click Change Proxy Settings in the Network section. Click the LAN settings button; Uncheck Automatically detect settings and make sure Use a proxy How To Fix "Windows could not automatically detect network In the Network & Internet window, click "Proxy" on the left pane and then switch off "Automatically detect settings" under "Automatic proxy setup". This solution sometimes helps to fix the problem when Windows is unable to detect network proxy settings automatically. [Back to Table of Contents] Reset TCP/IP. Disable Internet Explorer automatically detect settings The box is unchecked, our proxy server settings are intact – and best of all, the user can’t mess with the settings that were giving us such a problem! As I mentioned previously, there’s probably an underlying issue which is the reason why the “Automatically detect settings” option caused such a problem. But if turning it off made

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How to Fix the "Windows Cannot Automatically Detect This May 01, 2019 How does Windows actually detect LAN (proxy) settings when Interested to know what the timeout is for this, I found this question and answer after disabling the "Automatically detect settings" option to stop Chrome from hanging on "Downloading proxy script", when Chrome tries to load it's first web page. – user424174 Mar 25 '18 at 22:37 Untick the 'Automatically detect settings' within IE via Recently, the 'Automatically detect settings' option under internet options>Connections>LAN settings, has been ticked abrubtly within IE on users' side! Users are set to use an automatic configuration script via a GPO applied to their OU, which defines the 'Automatic Browser Configuration' > 'Auto-proxy' to use a proxy…