After migrating to Windows 10 from 7 I had Wi-Fi internet issue. After some time (e.g., 5 minutes) my WiFi connection was reporting "No Internet". Reconnecting manually to the WiFi was fixing the issue. After digging some time in the internet I found out that this has something to do with IPv6 address assignment. If you don't need it you can disable it using the "Disable IPv6" tool from microsoft site.
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People also reports that in some cases that helped to solve Ethernet issues in Windows 10.
Additionally I have installed the newest Broadcom drivers I could find for my bcm94313hmgb chip. It was broadcom_bcm_184.108.40.206 from this site: Broadcom BCM943XX/BCM43XX WLAN Driver 220.127.116.11 for Vista