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Choose your router and network adapters from the same company. Manufacturers usually have a proprietary “turbo” mode that only works when using both their router and network adapters. As a side benefit; your overall configuration is usually easier.
Upgrade Your 802.11b
Upgrade your 802.11a and 802.11b devices to 802.11g, which is much faster, and is backward-compatible with 802.11b devices, although a small one room environment (i.e. apartment, dorm room) with no future expansion should use 802.11a.
Whenever possible, connect computers using a wired connection! Yes, this is an “Anti-tip” because you’re not even using the wireless network – but a direct connection is dramatically faster and more secure!
Wireless Router On Central Location
If possible, place your wireless router (or access point) in a central location. Obviously, the closer you are to the access point; the better. But do not necessarily place the device on your roof (or up too high) – 4 to 6 feet off the ground is perfect.
Update Your Windows Wireless Network Driver
Update your Windows Wireless Network Driver. While Microsoft Update, is “supposed” to notify you of updates to your drivers – it’s best to visit the manufacturers website to double-check. Updates usually only add a new feature, or increase stability and security; but sometimes can improve performance.
Update And Upgrade Your Router
Update your Router’s firmware. Most routers easily update their firmware directly from their software. Updates add new features, increase stability and security; and also sometimes help in improving the performance. The antenna that comes with your device is usually a low powered and omni-directional. Upgrade to a more powerful (powered) antenna. If your router is near an outside wall, get a high-gain antenna that focuses the wireless signals only one direction.
Portable Computer Antenna
Even though it’s more convenient to have a portable computer’s antenna horizontal – it should be oriented vertically (up & down).
I hope this post will definitely improve your wireless connection speed, if I have missed any tip, let us know with your comments.