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Download Diagnosis – How To Remedy A Slow Connection


In today’s fast-paced world, we rely on speedy and reliable wireless internet connection for our work and social needs. To the modern user of the World Wide Web, there is nothing more frustrating than slow internet speed or a connection which frequently drops out. Fortunately, there are a few simple ways to speed up your home or business internet.

Read on to find the easy ways to remedy a slow connection.

1. Restart and Reset.

When experiencing slow internet connection, your first action should be checking the wires in your router. It is not uncommon for people to unintentionally knock their router, causing wires to become loose or unplugged.

If the wires appear to be connected, it is still best practice to manually unplug the router and switch it off. Wait about a minute before plugging back in the wires and switching the router back on. This enables the router an opportunity to reset, which can often solve all of your slow internet problems.  

2. Reposition your Router.

Slow internet speed and connection is often a sign of signal interference with your wireless connection. Many factors can lead to interference with your wireless connection, including neighbouring wireless networks and even household appliances.

The closer your device is to the router, the better your connection will be. Repositioning your router is often the simple solution to slow internet connection. When choosing a location for your router it is essential to place it away from any physical obstructions (such as brick walls), and away from any other devices that emit a wireless signal (such as baby monitors).

3. Remove History and Viruses.

Malware can hijack your bandwidth, making your internet connection considerably slower. If you are experiencing slow connection it is therefore important to ensure that your antivirus software is installed and up-to-date. Advanced antivirus software can locate and remove most viruses that have found their way to your computer.

Extensive website history, cached images, cookies and downloads all have negative impacts on your connection speed. It is therefore important to frequently delete your history and other records. DNS records are another frequent contributor to slow internet connection. DNS records are simply stored information about the IP addresses you have previously visited, which can take up considerable space in your data storage. The method you take to remove your history and DNS records will differ depending on your computer software and web browser. However, a Google search will provide you with simple instructions on how to swiftly delete your history and records.

4. Check Your Plan and Provider.

If you are frequently experiencing slow internet connection, it is time to reconsider your plan and provider. Internet speed ultimately depends on the service provider. If your provider offers a low maximum connection speed and frequently cuts out, it is time to consider alternative options.

With a number of different wireless internet providers available, it can be difficult to determine which will be the best fit for your home or business needs. When choosing the right provider for speedy internet it is essential to research and compare the following features:

Network: The network through which your provider operates will have a considerable impact on the speed of your internet connection. Some networks can become easily congested and subject to resistance. This can lead to patchy connection for many users.

Speed: Many providers will offer a range of internet speeds on different plans. If you have chosen a low-speed plan are unsatisfied with the performance, it may be time to consider investing in a more expensive plan with increased internet speeds.

5. Call your Provider.

All leading wireless internet providers have dedicated customer service teams to assist you with any connectivity problems. If none of the solutions above worked for you, it is best to contact your provider to determine if there are any neighbourhood outages that may be affecting your connection, or whether you have exceeded your bandwidth limit.