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Looks good to me, the DNS is set up correctly now also. Disabling the virtual adaptors may help.
Signal strength could be a factor as well so maybe if you tried moving closer to the router and seeing if the problem persists or not might be a good test.
On the outside chance that the network stack is messed up or it needs a DNS flush you should save the file below, unzip and click on it, let it run until your machine reboots itselfs.
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