There are some things that may affect your Wifi connection.
Most of us now work from home. Even those who do not have this capability, however, stay in and work on various things to cope with social distancing.
Naturally, the Internet has come under fire. Work, social media, Netflix and more are our main occupations during the quarantine.
In fact, some online platforms have decided to reduce their quality so as not to fall out of the high traffic during rush hour.
The Internet is not immune and overloading the network can affect its speed. But what can we do about it?
According to a report by the British telecommunications company Ofcom, there is a way to improve your Internet speed. In fact, he says that there are some things that may affect your Wifi connection.
For example, the microwave oven reduces the Wifi signal, so do not heat your food while you are calling Skype.
Also, here are some tips on how to make your Internet faster:
Make video calls, not in rush hour, which do not hold more than a quarter. Make your connection wired (with a cable to the router) instead of using Wifi. You’ll get better speeds.
Do not place the router near other devices. Swamp on a shelf or table alone. Devices such as baby monitors, TVs or cordless phones can interfere and cause connection problems.
Still, the company suggests disconnecting devices that you do not use when you want to do e.g. a video call, for faster speed.