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Clever Tips on How to Speed up Your Wi-Fi Connection

Turtle Slow?


It is indisputable that the wireless network technology made a big impact in our lives nowadays.

In this fast paced and high-tech generation, most people prefer to do things comfortably. The innovation of Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) technology has made people lives easier. With Wi-Fi network connection available on your portable devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android, Tablets, or Laptops, you can get connected to the Internet “On the Go”. It’s pretty obvious it has been a trend these days.

Wherever you go, Wifi are widely used by countless of people worldwide; however, what if one day you noticed that that wifi Internet speed isn’t as reliably fast as it should be? Or, you few of your computers or laptops at home lost the wifi connection? These situations can be very frustrating especially when you are in the middle of working on something on your wireless portable devices.

Experiencing slow Internet can be frustrating!

Below are several smart tips on you can boost your Wi-Fi connection:

Tip # 1   Position your wireless router or gateway to the center location

Regardless of how powerful or what brand your wireless router is, its signal strength has limitation. The walls in your house or large objects may cause interference resulting to experiencing weak signals or sluggish Internet speed. It best to setup your router in the central part of your house or office to ensure you get better signals.

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Detecting if Someone is Stealing Your WiFi

It is perhaps difficult to imagine, but just 20 years ago, the Internet was nothing much a difference – a method for unbelievably smart school instructors and academics to send information, and for a few individuals to share information across the Internet network. E-mail was nothing like it is nowadays. The first email structures found at schools or even through interpretations offered with the first Internet service providers (ISPs) like Prodigy and AOL were often difficult to use.

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Computer Network Topology

Computer Network Topology

The way how computers connect each other is called Topology of the network. Network topology refers to how the physical arrangement of the network is organized and arranged. It is necessary to choose the exact topology depending on the purpose of the network that is to be setup. Each topology has its unique characteristic. To determine the appropriate topology, it is necessary to determine the functions, advantages, and disadvantages of each. These elements or factors are layout, expense of installation, type of cable used, and troubleshooting techniques. These will determine how the network will be set up and which is cost-effective.

 

The Most popular Network Topologies:

Bus Topology

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Windows 7 is More Secure than Windows XP

Windows 7 vs Windows XP

A recent report directly from Microsoft reveals that their latest operating system Windows 7 is five times more secure than Windows XP. For those who are familiar with Microsoft’s operating systems, it has been known and promoted that Windows XP has always been a secure system. It is way much better than its successor, Windows Vista.  Microsoft claims that Windows 7 on 64 bit version is their most secure operating system. This more secure and virus-free experience is due to the “Kernel Patch Protection” system placed on it.

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