Internet & WiFi Connections
Guide to 5GHz WiFi & How to Choose Best Channel for 5Ghz?
Having a reliable and fast #WiFi connection is crucial in today's world. But what if you're still facing #internet speed issues despite having the best WiFi setup? 🤔 One thing you should check is the best channel for your #5GHz WiFi. Don't worry if you're not familiar with WiFi channels, I've got you covered! 📶 Check out our detailed guide on 5GHz WiFi and learn how to select the best channel for maximum speeds.
How to Choose a Right Wireless Network Adapter for PC?
💻 Looking for wireless functionalities in your PC? 🤔 Say goodbye to cable struggles! While most desktop PCs lack wireless connectivity, but they're usually limited to top-of-the-line motherboards! Don't worry! Learn about different wireless hardware options to bring #WiFi and Bluetooth on your system. No more running cables all over the house or missing out on Bluetooth connectivity! 🎧🔌 Check out the post to find out more! #TechTips #PC #Wireless
Lights on the Router are on, but the Internet not Working?
Sometimes, even when the lights on your router are on, the internet may not be working or keeps disappearing. 😕 I've identified the main reasons and effective solutions that work for any router model, including TP-Link, Asus, Linksys, and more. 🛠️💡 Here is the guide link
Does Ethernet affect WiFi Speed?
#Ethernet and WiFi have different operating ways. If you find your WiFi connection is slow while another #computer is simultaneously connected via Ethernet, and you're wondering if Ethernet impacts WiFi performance, then this article will provide valuable insights into the workings of both Ethernet and #WiFi.
Why is My Ping So High? How to Lower Ping during Gaming?
If you're an online gamer who enjoys playing games like #Valorant, #PUBG, CS:GO, and Fortnite, you've once or twice encountered lag and delays in the game due to high ping. This article aims to explain what causes high ping, how to determine your #ping, and ways to reduce it. This #guide will be beneficial for all #multiplayer #game enthusiasts.
How To Get Wired Internet In Every Room Of House?
Are you looking for a way how to get wired Internet in your room? Or (Ethernet) in every room of your house? Do you need it for working on the go, playing #games, or #streaming videos? If so, you should read this #tutorial! The easiest approach to make sure that your connection is steady in your house is to run ethernet cables throughout it. Use this as a guide for wiring an #ethernet connection throughout your house and experiencing fast #internet from any location without a separate router.
WiFi Channel Width – 20 Mhz vs 40 mhz vs 80 Mhz Explained.
Are you always on the lookout for higher numbers? Bank balance, high score - bigger is better after all! What about WiFi channel width with #internet speed? Believe it or not, by changing your channel width to 40MHz from 20 MHz, you could double your #WiFi speed. You may be wondering if using a larger number comes at some sort of cost but rest assured that isn't the case. To know more insights visit the post.
Cable Channels & Sockets for Long Ethernet Cables.
If your home is plagued with a long, chaotic #ethernet cable wiring situation, then you should consider installing an RJ-45/ Ethernet / #LAN socket. Not only will this eliminate the unsightly mess of wires spread across the room, but it will also provide smooth and secure access to the #Hardwired Internet. For any remaining cables that can't fit in the sockets - try using channels to bridge them up towards your ceilings or tuck them behind furniture pieces for maximum #aesthetics!
How to Tell if My WiFi is 2.4 or 5GHz? (2 Simple Ways).
With the advent of dual-band routers, it's essential to know how much GHz your #WiFi is running so you can make sure you're getting the best upload and #download speeds. 2.4 GHz is better suited for long-distance and fewer walls between devices, 5GHZ offers #faster #upload speeds but can be affected by distance and obstacles more easily than its lower counterpart. Thus, it becomes necessary to know how much #GHz your WiFi has. Here I explained the in 3 simple steps to find you GHz speed of WIFi.
How to Know if Router is Going Bad? (11 Signs You Need a New Router).
In this #digital age, the majority of people rely =on the internet for their work, studies, or #fun. A lagging can be severely irritating and frustrating. However, recognizing when your router is in need of an upgrade could potentially save you time (and sanity!) Although routers are made for long-term use; their #performance could naturally start lagging due overuse and age! So, let’s see ‘How can you know if the router is bad? & 11 most common #signs of a failing Wi-Fi router‘ in this article.