WiFi signals can often drop for no reason, and therefore, getting frustrated is the most common behavior of us humans. However, the issue doesn’t need to be with your Internet connection, but sometimes the broadcasting of the network can also result in an unstable Wifi connection. It’s important to understand the difference!

Here are a few ways you can improve your Wi-Fi signal and performance.

1. Place your Router on a height

People’s favorite place to put their router- on the floor, in the corner of their living room or home office- is actually pretty terrible. You know how people sometimes hold their cell phones above their…

Andy Daves

Entrepreneur. Solicitous. Atheist

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