As per our translation app, we understand you're having issues with the adapter switching feature in Windows® 10.
If you connect to a Wired network, your WiFi becomes disabled.
If you try to re-enable while still connected to wired network, it is disabled again automatically.
If you disconnect from wired network, your WiFi is re-enabled automatically.
This is an expected behavior, and operating system feature, introduced in Windows 7* called "adapter switching."
Adapter switching is a feature that enables a system to have a mutually exclusive relationship between an 802.3 (wired/Ethernet) and an 802.11 (wireless) connection. The adapter switching feature helps to enable network access to the system through only one interface in the system between wireless and wired adapters.
We found a couple of articles which may help you, if followed in reverse:
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- https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/0e550e12-8ac3-49d5-9e17-1f67c5935222/disab... Disable Simultaneous Use of WiFi and Ethernet
- https://www.itechtics.com/5-ways-automatically-turn-off-wifi-ethernet-lan-cable-connected/ 5 Ways To Automatically Turn Off WiFi When Ethernet LAN Cable Is Connected