See the previous post for the problem.
I tried changing my power options as a first step. It was set on Maximum Saving for battery and Medium for AC adapter. I changed it to Maximum Performance on bothto prevent the system from trying to reduce power to the wireless in hopes that was the problem. So far, so good.
The screen cap from the surface is small, so the path is Control Panel > Power Options > Change advanced power settings.
In the Power Options dialog box, click the plus icon to expand. Expand Wireless Adapter Setting > Power Saving Mode. Make the changes for “On battery” and “Plugged in”. Hit the [OK] button to make the changes. On the main Power Options window, you may or may not be able to hit the [Save Changes] button, depending on whether or not you changed anything else.
It worked for the limited time on was on my home network last night. I’ll update after the weekend when I spend an extended amount of time on my home network to see if it continues to be the solution that works for me.