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    You can take a lot of steps to boost your Wi-Fi signal and improve your overall coverage and speeds. All it takes is a tiny bit of tweaking in your router settings and making sure you're connected in the right ways. Even if you don't have a super nice modern router, you can flip the right switches to see some improvement in your connection speeds.
    Connect to the fast 5GHz band

    [LIST=1][*]First, check your device's Wi-Fi settings. This is usually in a settings app of some kind.
    [*]If the Wi-Fi signal has a "5" or "5GHz" in the title, you should be good to go.[/LIST]

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    06-03-2021 06:11 AM

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