Whether you're using your WiFi to work or just to stay sane with streaming and gaming, you need to get the most out of your wireless internet. If your home WiFi is crapping out on a regular basis or isn't any good, think about doing this.
If your router is in your basement, or in a cupboard, or generally far away from the devices you use, consider fixing that. Your router needs to be in as central a location as possible. I realize that isn't always easy, but if you have a lengthy ethernet cable lying around, you can make it work.
**FYI: Even if you can't, you can still improve your signal by putting the router in an elevated position and making sure there's open air between it and any device you're using. Don't put it on the floor if you can help it.
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