Does your PC have some problems that you can’t solve? What if it was enough to run a particular command to get the solution?

Your PC is throwing a tantrum and you can’t understand what could have happened or what element is bothering it. A situation that is more common than you would think for those who own one or more devices.

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Sometimes updates generate compatibility issues and the solution is to go back and restart the update. Because many times problems arise precisely with what is new on the PC but other times not even updates or deleting updates seems to work.

If the situation in which your PC finds itself is one in which the connection is rather unstable or sometimes absent, there are no updates that can help you find what’s wrong. But there is a command to launch which can give you a whole series of information from which you can then derive the actual solution to your problem.

PC connection problems, the solution on the keyboard

In fact, in the Windows environment there are a whole series of tools and utilities that have the purpose of analyzing everything the PC does to help technicians understand what isn’t working and direct them towards the best solution. But there is no need to call a technician more often than not. If you know what you’re doing and know the right commands you can check what’s wrong with your machine yourself.

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Perhaps to find the actual solution you will still need external help but in the meantime you will have done at least part of the work. The command we are telling you about is the ping command. This is the computer’s way of controlling how the connection to a server works. What you can do is then use the ping command to check if your connection is working well, if there are any data losses and therefore if the connection is stable.

If you want to use the ping command to check the quality of your PC’s connection, what you need to do is open Windows PowerShell or open the Run command with the Windows + R key combination and type cmd.

The information you need is easy to find. To test the connection you need to find the IP address of the router and ask the PC to check the connection with this object. To do this, in the PowerShell window you must write ping followed by the address, made up of a series of numbers divided by dots, which identifies your router and then press Enter.

The ping will continue testing until you block it and to block it you just need to press CTRL+Enter. The data you will see is the result of this connection test. If you don’t have good connectivity you will see anomalous data both in terms of response time and any lost packets.