I recently bought a 2016 MacBook Pro upon which I installed Windows 10 via bootcamp. Everything worked like a charm for install however... I'm noticing that my Windows 10 is having trouble staying connected to my home network. More times than not it is disconnected and I have to jump through hoops to get it reconnected. Anyone heard of this? Usually I go to Network and Sharing Center in Window, where it shows the network and says I'm not connected (previously connected, so it's a known network), I ask it to troubleshoot and sometimes it works and I'm online and other times I mess with this for sometime before it decides to work. This is frustrating! Today I messed with it for about 20 minutes, gave up, typed this message at MacRumors and the next time I looked at it, it said it was connected. If you've heard of this, any suggestions? Thanks! My previous 2011 connects to my home network wirelessly using Windows 7 no problem. My PC running W10 connected to the network wirelessly, no problems. So I'll assume it's Windows 10 interacting with my MBP hardware is having the issue. I wonder if there is a setting within Windows that could be tweaked?