Accelerate Wi-Fi connection

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Can I accelerate my connection to my Wi-Fi?
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If you find it slow after the things already mentioned you may have to contact your ISP and see about an upgraded connection speed. Some have very fast connection speeds available. The problem is that’s more money monthly and if you are on a budget it might be tough. The other thing is when it comes to speed most of the time if you are uploading data it will be much slower than your download speed.

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  • ToddN2000
    What is your current Wi-Fi hardware configuration?  Sometime you can purchase range extenders to improve quality. Make sure your modem is compatible with your ISP. Some use IPv4 others IPV6.
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  • capone99
    Extenders are good if the 'Wi-Fi' signal is weak or drops out from time to time but speed is controlled by a)The actual transmission speed of the Wi-Fi Wireless base unit,(b) how many users are 'Online' over the Wi-Fi and (c) how much data is being sent over the Ethernet cable connecting the unit to the Mainframe.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    To accelerate, that depends on several things. Like, find the right place for placing the router/update Wi-Fi driver/try to use latest technology/check Wi-Fi tariff/plan that may slow down Wi-Fi. Disable background network hogging etc.
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