In most cases, issues with Wi-Fi range are caused by an outdated driver, therefore it’s advised to update your network adapter drivers.
To do that, just visit your motherboard or network adapter manufacturer’s website and download the latest drivers.
Some users are also suggesting to uninstall your currently installed Wi-Fi drivers and use the default drivers instead. To do that, follow these instructions:
- Press Windows Key + X and select Device Manager.
- Locate your wireless adapter in Device Manager, right click it and choose Uninstall.
- Once your driver has been uninstalled, restart your computer. This will install the default driver and your problem should be fixed