Edge/Chrome Resolving host and slow network in Windows 10 creators update

I was able to use the Microsoft Edge and Chrome to access webpages in Internet on my Surface Pro 3 running Windows 10. After installed the Creators Update, the contents of website load very slowly and the “Resolving host” status keep showing on the bottom of browsers all over the place. Then I remove the Intel Network Connections Driver and reinstall it and get a normal fast internet. However, the problem happens after the next restart. How can I resolve it and get it working on my tablet?

How to fix “Resolving host” status with Edge/Chrome in Windows 10 creators update
You need to disable the IPv6 feature in Windows 10 completely
* From your desktop, tap or click on the Start button, and open the Settings app from the Start menu.
* Select the Network & Internet category, and click on the WiFi tab in the left side if you use wireless network connection. If you are using the Ethernet (wired) network, click once on the Ethernet tab.
* In the right side pane, under Related Settings heading, click on the Change adapter link from list to open Network Connections window.
* Hold-and-press or right click on your current Ethernet or Wi-Fi icon, and select the Properties from content menu.
* In This connection uses the following items area, uncheck the “Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)” box, and click OK button.
* Finally restart your system to disable IPv6 function and use IPv4 only.

If it still doesn’t fix the issue, go to change your PC’s DNS settings
* When you open the network Properties by above method, select “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)”, and click on Properties button.
* Check “Use the following DNS server addresses” box, enter the Google Public DNS addresses for the DNS server, including and, and click OK button to save all.


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