How Do You Make A Comcast Wireless Internet Connection Faster?

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How Do You Make A Comcast Wireless Internet Connection Faster?

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Adam Smith

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seb345

All you can do is optimize your pc. That is, turn off applications that use the Internet in the background, disable Windows updates, since they are often downloaded without the user’s knowledge, install an ad blocker in the browser (when loading a site, advertising also requires certain traffic, which reduces the page loading speed). If other devices that are not currently in use are connected to your router, disconnect them. These tips are not strong, but will increase the speed of the Internet. I recently ran into a similar problem. The speed of my internet connection was very low, often there were disconnections. I tried to solve this problem, but the only right solution was to change the provider. On forums, I was often advised to use lap mang fpt . I decided to take this advice and was very pleased. The speed increased, disconnections ceased, and ping was minimal. I hope some of my tips will be useful to you. Good luck

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Since it’s creation in 1954, the Comcast corporation has grown to become one of America’s leading wireless Internet provider. Comcast offers customers fast, dependable service. Some customers like to surf the web as fast as possible. Speeding up your Comcast wireless Internet allows you to do more in less time. Purchase an N or G wireless Internet router with WPA/WPA2 support. Most newer computers have the ability to support WPA/WPA2. Some older computers may need drivers downloaded to support WPA/WPA2. If your computer needs drivers, visit the router manufacturer’s website for driver information. Set up your modem and router. Check that you have the cables connected tightly and in the right ports. A loose connection slows down the Internet speed. Password protect your router. This keeps others from using your bandwidth. A router that is not secure is accessible by anyone within range of the router. They can get on your wireless connection and slow you down. Place the router in a centr