Surging Internet Speed You Never Knew You Had

By Lucy Walker  |  Updated April 21, 2017  |  Other | 

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You don’t need to buy a faster PC or pay more money

Even if you pay your bills on time and settle your obligations as you should, it can still happen that your PC just might decides to stop performing as well and to start causing you trouble. The problems it causes can vary, but one thing is for sure, before you think of buying another PC or spending more money asking for higher speed internet access, try some of these quick fixes and increase your internet speed with very little effort.

Router troubles are easy to fix

Routers can often be the cause of the internet connection problem, so we suggest you check out the router settings first, before trying anything else.

Being too far from the router. If you are too far from the router, it could cause a loss in connectivity, and if you want to have a strong internet connection, your router needs to be physically close to your computer. By being too far, you might experience a loss in speed, a bad signal, or an unstable connection.

Adjust the settings. To improve the router’s functionality, check the basic settings, maybe you’ll find the problem. First of all, read the manual and get informed about the info potential trouble makers.

Restart it. If nothing works, maybe you just need to restart it, and hopefully everything will be back to normal.

Maybe it’s just the browser that doesn’t suit you

Okay, so you have your favorite browser and you don’t want to change it at any price. You love its features and the other benefits it provides you, but have you ever thought about maybe it is the reasons that you’re having internet problems? No? Think about it. The browser may be the main cause of the internet connection problem, actually, it can really slow it down. I mean, really. I’m not saying anything, just try to use another one, and you’ll be sure to notice a difference.

Are the neighbors using your internet?

If the answer is Yes, then, why are you surprised? Sharing your wireless internet connection with the people who live close to you is not a good idea by the way. It’s simple, the more people who use your internet, the slower it will be for you. It’s up to you to set up a WEP password in order to stop unauthorized users from using YOUR internet connection.

Do you have problems with your internet connection?

Do you consider this as one of the most irritating moments as we do?

Did this article help you find a way to improve your internet speed?