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How To Boost Your Home Wi-Fi Easy ways – Trendingjagat

If you're still using the older version of router 802.11n also known as wireless-n or wifi-4 so it's time to upgrade

A WiFi network connection is the base of a home building and apartment. Because no one wants to sit all day with desktop if they don’t have to be. So Wifi is also one of the frustrating things to set up and troubleshooter.How To Boost Your Home Wi-Fi Easy ways – Trendingjagat.

If you’re frustrated by slow internet speed, bad reception and other wifi issues so here are 5 ways can Boost up your home wireless network speed.

If you’re still using the older version of router 802.11n also known as wireless-n or wifi-4 so it’s time to upgrade to a newer 802.11ac router (wireless-ac, or wifi-5).one of the best way to make sure your network is fast and where you placed your network is hitting all corner of living space.

  • If you’re going to buy new router no reason to not go 802.11ac,or WiFi-5 as it also known.odds are good you have an 802.11ac if you purchased new smartphone, laptop and tablet.this is easy way to check just take a look of your device specs.
  • Buy a great 802.11 router now it worth.your future will thank you,and probably see some improvement in speed range compared to a much-older 802.11n router, and you’re really old school , 802.11g router (EW).
  • By purchasing a new router, you’ll likely have a longer lifeline of support (firmware updates) to help prevent against exploits and other unpleasant issues. Your old 802.11n router probably isn’t being updated by its manufacturer anymore, and that’s not good.
  • For most people looking to cover a reasonably sized home or apartment, a strong AC1200 or AC1750 router is probably sufficient—definitely the latter if you own newer MacBook Pros, for example, which support AC1750’s full speeds.
  • For most people looking to cover a reasonably sized home or apartment, a strong AC1200 or AC1750 router is probably sufficient—definitely the latter if you own newer MacBook Pros, for example, which support AC1750’s full speeds.

In case you’re still on the fence, let’s examine just how much faster 802.11ac really is. I ran some quick benchmarks on a brand-new MacBook Pro (15″ Touch Bar) that supports full AC1750 speeds.

I connected it to an Amplifi HD router (just the base station), an AC1750-class router that supports 802.11ac speeds of up to 1300 Mbps.

I also connected a desktop PC to the router via Gigabit Ethernet, or 1000 Mbps.

Piyush Choudharyhttp://Trendingjagat.com/tech
Hey guys my name is piyush choudhary and I am 18 years old. I am persuing graduation in B.pharma 1 year. These days i am doing work for Trendingjagat as article writer and video editor and I live in sehore.

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