I've got a 1 Gbit fiber network and I was getting 1Gbit speeds yesterday without issues - but today it seems like Windows has randomly decided to throttle my network speed to 100 Mbit. All the other computers on my network is still able to get 1 Gbit speeds except mine.
I've ruled out the router as I tried to directly connect to the modem and still was throttled. My ISP can't be the one throttling as the rest of the network still have high speeds.
The only culprit left is Windows. I do have a Gbit network card and I use the same network cable as I used yesterday when I did get 1 Gbit so that can't be the issue either. I haven't done any configuration at all to my network card and everything is still the same as it was before.
In the last 30 days I have been using over 5.4TB of data according to the Data usage statistic built-in to Windows 10. I don't know if it could be that I hit a 5TB limit or something like that.
Thanks in advance!