Wi-Fi extenders have gotten more affordable, but they're still tricky devices to set up. Here are some tips on where to place your extender to boost your Wi-Fi network's reach.
Got Wi-Fi dead zones? A dusty old router can be easily transformed into a wireless network extender to get whole-house Wi-Fi.
Your Google Home or Chromecast device may be causing your Wi-Fi connection to stop working. Here's what you need to do.
These instructions should help you update your router, which is vital to securing every internet-connected device in your home.
Leaving Wi-Fi enabled when out and about may have an impact on battery life. With Android O, you can enable it only when you’re near a known network.
Stop Comcast from using your router as a public hotspot by turning off the home-hotspot feature in your Xfinity modem.
Here are seven ways that you can increase your Wi-Fi signal. Some tips require new hardware, but other recommendations are totally free.
Many 802.11g products now come equipped with WDS bridging and repeating capabilities, but getting them set up isn't as easy as it should be. This ProblemSolver will first review the basics of WDS and compare it to previous bridging methodologies. We'll then provide some tips to help you maximize your chances of WDS success.
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