Hello, Windows automatically replaced the driver of my wireless network adapter. The only problem is that the driver that got replaced is used for Windows 8, while I'm running Windows 10. So in short, the driver that I got after the update is version 188.8.131.52 from Qualcomm Atheros AR9485WB-EG wireless network adapter. Before I updated Windows, I got the 10.0.0.329 version of this driver, which worked perfectly.
Windows update messed my wifi drivers up. My wireless card is a Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 AC, I found some drivers on. Make sure that there are Windows 10. Free Download Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Adapter Wireless Driver 184.108.40.206 for Windows 10 64-bit (Network Card).
After searching the config of the wireless adapter in my device manager, I saw that Windows configured a driver file called 'Athw8x. Hp Laserjet 4100 Driver For Windows 10 more. inf' (I got a 64-bit system, so the 'x' at the end is okay), but the driver file I got before the update is called 'athw10x'. When I tried to manually install the 10.0.0.329 driver, I got 'We couldn't find a better or newer driver for this device' Basically, Windows refuses to use the driver that's newer. When I tried to delete the current driver (220.127.116.11), Windows automatically deletes the device from the list in my device manager, but since the driver package (.ZIP file) I got from the website doesn't have an.exe file, the only way to install the drivers is by searching for changed devices in my device manager. However, when Windows detects my wifi adapter, it automatically installs the 18.104.22.168 driver with it, while I wanted to get rid of that one.