1. Open the Control Panel. To do this, press the Windows key and type “Control Panel” into the search box, then press enter. This will open up the Control Panel window.
2. Click on “Network and Internet”. This will open up a new window with all the options related to networks and internet connections.
3. Select “Network and Sharing Center”. This will open up a new window with a variety of options related to networking on your computer.
4. Select “Change adapter settings”. This will open up a list of all the network connections that you have available on your computer.
5. Pick the connection you want to adjust from the list. This could be a wired connection such as an Ethernet connection or a wireless connection such as a Wi-Fi connection.
6. Right-click on the connection and select “Properties” from the menu. This will open up a window with a list of options that you can adjust for the selected connection.
7. Click on the “Networking” tab. This will open up a window with settings related to networking.
8. In this window, you can adjust various settings such as “IPv4 settings”, “TCP settings”, “DNS settings”, and others.
9. Change the settings to the ones that you need. If you are not sure what settings to use, you should consult your network administrator or an online help resource.
10. Click “OK” when you have finished making the changes. This will save the changes you have made and apply them to your network connection.
11. You can now enjoy the improved network performance that your new settings can provide!