10 easy ways to boost your router's performance while working at home
Thursday, 26 March 2020 () Home Wi-Fi problems were easy to ignore when it was just the occasional pause of a Netflix stream, or uploading a GIF took a few seconds longer than it should. But if you’re working at home—and your kids are learning at home—during this corona virus pandemic, you need your router to operate at peak performance.
Before you start shopping for a new router, there are lots of things you can do to improve the performance of your current hardware.
*Tip*: If speed is the issue, use an app such as Ookla’s Speedtest to see if performance improves between each troubleshooting step. Be aware, however, that this tool measures the speed of your connection to the internet, not the maximum speed your router is capable of achieving while transferring data over your local network.To read this article in full, please click here
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