If you are getting “Windows has detected an IP address conflict” error in Windows 10, this tutorial will show you how to fix.
Let me explain first what is an IP address conflict? If you have more than one device connected to your home network, you may face an issue called an IP address conflict. IP address is a unique address your computer gets while it connects to a network. So if two different computers have assigned same IP address, when they’re either on Local Area Network or on the web, an IP address conflict will appear with a little notification “Windows has detected an IP address conflict“
When this occurs, your connection becomes unstable or you usually lose your connection to the network. Now let’s proceed with troubleshooting the problem.