Question about Computers & Internet
It depends on where the slow-down is occuring. 1) Use a wired connection instead of a wireless connection. 2) Try directly connecting your computer to your modem (cable or DSL)
instead of sharing the network with other computers through a router if a
wired network. 3) Upgrade to gigabit networking if you have 10/100 (chose one with support for large chunks of data).
Use a service that tests the download speed (www.dslreports.com/stest ) to find your connection bottleneck. If you have cable broadband, you may need to find a download time when other users aren't very active on your loop.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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