First, visit your computer manufacturer's website and download, then install the latest wireless adapter driver. If your home network has a current WPA2 security requirement for connection and your computer doesn't, it will have issues. The other locations may be supported by your computer's driver and the home network isn't.
If that doesn't help, then cause the wireless network adapter to "forget" the home network and password, then restart the computer and reconnect to the network.
And if that doesn't get it done, here, we purchase and inexpensive USB wireless dongle and use that for connections instead of the on-board wireless adapter.
Hope this helps.
Have a Dell laptop running Windows 8.
Everything's peachy-keen or so it seems. Everything was fine with my home network/internet and laptop. Fire up a browser and hit up any website. No problems. Then, not so much.
No idea what has changed but now whenever I try to get on a site, it's spin-spin-spin-spinning for what seems like forever but at some point I get to where I wanna go.
The funny part is that if I'm anywhere else, as in not my home network, there're no problems. Websites practically throw themselves at me. Fast.
All other devices and computers connected to my home network have no problems getting to where they need to go - except the laptop!
Thoughts on what the hell's happening?