My wifi connection is bad (on the border of the reachable area). It disconnects from time to time, but virtually always reconnects somewhere within 10 seconds (at a bad signal nevertheless).
Programs that use the internet connections disconnect when Windows shuts off its connection. Is there a way to increase the timeout length for wifi connections, or make it not disconnect even if the signal is VERY bad or unreachable for a period of time?
(A more general possible solution would also be: never disconnect from Wifi no matter the connection quality.) (A possible solution would be: stay connected to a virtual adapter that forwards all connections from the actual Wifi adapter but remains working (queueing) when the Wifi connection gets disconnected for a period of time)
I haven't found anything that seems to do this.