1. Check your device's connection to the network:
Make sure that your devices are physically connected to the network and that all cables are plugged in properly. You can also check the connection status by opening a web browser and typing "192.168.1.1" into the address bar (or "10.0.0.1" for Macs). This will bring up the router's login screen, where you can see the status of all devices connected to the network.
2. Make sure your operating system is up-to-date:
Check for updates for your operating system and install any that are available. You can do this by opening the "Settings" application on your device and selecting "Updates."
3. Run a virus scan on your computer:
Scan your computer for viruses and malware and remove any that are found. There are many free virus scanning programs available online, such as Avast or AVG.
4. Reset your router and modem:
If you're having problems with your network connection, you can try resetting your router and modem by holding down the reset buttons for 30 seconds. This will reset both devices to their default settings and may fix the problem.
5. Close any unused applications or programs:
If you're having problems with your computer's performance, you can try closing some of unnecessary applications or programs. To close an application, select it in the taskbar at the bottom of the screen and click on the "X" button at the top-left corner of the window.
6. Delete temporary files and cookies:
Deleted temporary files and cookies can free up disk space on your device and may improve its performance. To delete temporary files, open the "Settings" application and select "Storage." To delete cookies, open a web browser and select "Settings" from the menu bar at the top of the screen, then select "Privacy."
7. Change your password:
If you believe that someone may have access to your account, you should change your password immediately. To change your password, open the "Settings" application and select "Accounts." Select your account from the list, then tap on "Change Password."
8. Update your software drivers:
Outdated software drivers can cause problems with device performance or connections to other devices on the network. To update software drivers, open Device Manager (by pressing Windows+X) and right-clicking on each device listed under "Network Adapters." Select "Update Driver" from the menu and follow the instructions.
9. Configure wireless settings on all devices:
If you're using a wireless connection, make sure that your router's SSID (network name) and password are correct on all devices. To check the SSID and password, open the "Settings" application and select "Network & Internet." Select your network from the list and click "Edit." Enter the correct SSID and password, then click "Save."
10. Test printing from all devices:
Ensure that all devices on the network can print to the printer by testing printing from each device. To test printing, open a document or web page and select "Print" from the File menu. Select the printer and click "Print." If the print job does not start, check the printer's queue for errors.