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First - if you have 'limited access', it may mean the router has been connected to the Windows 10 PC, but the router itself has no internet access to pass on to the Windows 10 PC.
Second, you won't be able to access web pages in any web browser, until access is no longer 'limited'.
You may need to turn Off or unplug the router box, and also the modem box if you have one. Then leave them for 5 minutes or more to cool off and reset. Then after that time, plug in first the modem box, give it 2 minutes to initialize fully, then plug or turn On the router box, and give it 2 minutes - then connect again, and see if access is no longer 'limited'.
Try right-clicking on the network connection icon at the lower right of the screen, and choosing
and follow through the process, then see if that improves matters.