I keep these notes on my Mac in the Notes app for when the WiFi on my PC stops working. Hope it helps!

1. Press Windows key + X

2. Click “command prompt (admin)”

3. Copy and paste the following command and press enter after each command:

ipconfig /release
ipconfig /all
ipconfig /flushdns
ipconfig /renew
netsh int ip set dns
netsh winsock reset

4. Restart the computer and check.

If it still is not working: reboot, hold the function keys, turn off LAN in bios and reboot again. Then reboot a second time and turn LAN back on in the bios. Reboot and it should work now.

Good luck! If it is still not working, switch to Ubuntu!

This post describes my experience learning Swift and XCode with no previous knowledge of them. And I have never written a single line of Objective-C before.

Over the last year I have attended a few local meetups and sat in on a single class. But mostly, I have been teaching myself by making a game in Swift — Orbert. I also looked at a lot of other people’s Swift code on GitHub and the blogosphere.

I hope this is useful for people who have none or some programming background and are thinking about making the jump into iOS development. …

Joe McMahon

Automation Engineer — http://joemcm.com/

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