Boost your WIFI speed with this simple tweak

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Fed-up with your Wi-Fi speed? Is your network taking long time to load web pages? Struggling with buffering YouTube videos?

For you guys we have brought this simple tweak to boost your Wi-Fi speed like any time before…

We all have Wi-Fi routers with different frequencies. Usually our home Wi-Fi router will have radio frequency range between 2.4GHz to 5 GHz. if any interface occurs in your Wi-Fi frequencies this will make your Wi-Fi very slow.

Doesn’t worry if you change your Wi-Fi signal channel then it is all set to increase your Wi-Fi speed.

How to Change Wi-Fi Channel?

You can change you Wi-Fi channel by just logging in to your Wi-Fi router web interface in any web browser.

  • Just Go to Wi-Fi setting
  • Now find the Wi-Fi Channel option
  • Now you can choose your new Wi-Fi channel

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How to choose the right Wi-Fi channel to boost your Wi-Fi speed?

Selecting the right Wi-Fi channel is very important task to boost your Wi-Fi its worth to know how to choose right Wi-Fi channel.

For android

We can find many app in play store to annualize your Wi-Fi speed .but I suggest ‘Wi-Fi Analyser App’. This app will give you the complete details about all the Wi-Fi signals around you. The best part of this app is it will suggest us the best channel with low crowed.

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For windows

For windows we can use Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector to choose the best channel with low crowd to boost our Wi-Fi speed.

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For Mac OS

Mac OS users don’t need to install any new application because mac OS will have in built Wireless Diagnostics application to choose right Wi-Fi channel.

  • You just simply click on the Wi-Fi icon on your home screen.
  • Now you find a option called “Wireless Diagnostics” .you just select this option.
  • Now Click on Scan WI-FI.
  • After scanning completed it will show you the best Wi-Fi channels to use.

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