Update: There was a new driver released on 4/20/2018 for Broadcom 802.11ac Network Adapter, version 184.108.40.206, but the Apple update is only now pushing it (7/9/2018). Just installed it. Let's see how it goes.
WiFi is consistently dropping at random times regardless of network.
Question : how do I fix it so I have a reliable consistent wifi connection when I use Windows 10?
I have a MacBook Pro, purchased late 2017.
WiFi will randomly disconnect when I run Windows 10. It works better on certain networks than others but it's always intermittent. Even on very robust networks it will eventually begin to drop. Once it drops it sometimes will simply not reconnect. Other times the drivers will randomly be disabled, not sure if this has to do with windows updates.
I tried manually installing and uninstalling drivers, rolling back drivers, installing and reinstalling the windows support software, and even using third party driver support software. Wifi connection still drops randomly with no perceivable pattern.
I went to the apple store and I was simply told that this is a windows issue. I had windows running on a MacBook air (2010) and never experienced these issues. It also seems they haven't come up with an update for the driver in almost two years. I ran out of ideas, any pointers on how to fix the wifi connection problem is appreciated.
Hardware info -
Description: Broadcom 802.11ac Network Adapter
Driver version: 220.127.116.11