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Description for sharing: Network computers that usually show up in the Home Group or Work Group Network folder suddenly gone missing from the Network directory, particularly after the recent Windows 10 April v1803 update.All administrators know that after a computer or a user is added to an Active Directory group the computer has to be reboot (if the computer account has been added to the domain group) or a user has to be logged off and on again to update group membership or apply assigned policies.

The shared network folders feature will still work.If you have updated to the Windows 10 April update v1803 (or the recent Windows 10 October 2018 Update), you may have the problem which the network computers that usually appear in your Network folder suddenly gone missing after the update.Even the entire Home Group or Workgroup are now missing..Network computers not showing up can also be caused by outdated network adapter drivers. If your Network computers are still not showing up in the Network directory after trying all the above fixes, the final resolution is to reset the network. Click on it then click Reset now to reset your network.In Windows 10, there is a feature called Network Reset which you can use to reset your network and fix connectivity issues by reinstalling your network adapters, resetting your network settings to default, etc all from a single click on a button. This particular problem, we believe, is just one of many bugs that Microsoft didn’t expect after releasing the huge Windows 10 v1803 update.

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