Easy Ways To Enhance Your at-Home Internet Connection

Easy Ways To Enhance Your at-Home Internet Connection


The past year has resulted in a sizeable influx of people working from home. Home workstations, gaming devices, and streaming services all rely on a good internet connection.

With so many tech devices connected to your router, you may quickly run into some network troubles. Luckily, there are plenty of easy ways to enhance your at-home internet connection.

Remove Unknown or Unused Devices

The more things connected to your network, the slower your network is likely to be. You can review the number of devices connected to your Wi-Fi under network settings.

Remove any unknown devices from your network to decrease buffer time and cybercrime vulnerability. Change your network’s password so that only familiar devices are granted Wi-Fi access. This will also keep unused devices from interfering with the internet connection.

Use Helpful Accessories

Technological advancements have resulted in many easy ways to enhance your at-home internet connection. With the help of a couple of digital accessories, your internet speed will increase significantly.

Wi-Fi Extender

Wi-Fi extenders can amplify a home network’s signal. Sometimes, it is more difficult to get a solid connection in certain rooms than in others. Utilize a Wi-Fi extender to expand and improve your network’s range for every room in the house.

Wire Your Network

Hook up your device directly to your network with cables. Wiring your network creates a stable and faster connection. However, you must be physically near the router to do this.

People often use Ethernet cables to maximize internet reliability. Some wires are designed with dual-purpose capacity. The versatility of an HDMI cable with Ethernet makes it a popular option for folks who want to increase viewer experience and streaming abilities.

Move or Upgrade Your Router

Moving the router is an easy way to improve the home’s network function. Be sure there are no physical obstructions between your gaming or work equipment that could interrupt your signal. Relocate your router to a spot where it can reach all devices without any external blockage.

If you continue to experience trouble even after you reposition the router, consider upgrading it. Contact your service provider and ask for details on the updates that would be compatible with your at-home network demands.

Mary Wadland

Mary Wadland is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Zebra Press, founded by her in 2010. Originally from Delray Beach, Florida, Mary is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, VA and has lived and worked in the Alexandria publishing community since 1987.

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