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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/why-is-my-internet-connection-so-slow-c68...

When you're connecting to a wireless network (Wi‑Fi), your Internet connection speed can be affected by both where your computer is located and whether other wireless devices are in the same area. Wireless networks operate on frequencies that are similar to those used by other devices, such as microwave ovens or cordless phones.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/10-tips-to-help-improve-your-wireless...

Some wireless repeaters can be difficult to configure and can drag down your network's performance. 7. Change your wireless channel. Wireless routers can broadcast on several different channels. If you encounter interference, try changing the wireless router's channel through the router's configuration page, which you can usually find by ...

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/wifi-optimiser-tool/9n4qpd8gzx66

Description. Boost your WiFi performance! Easily scan, analyse and optimise your WiFi network with this tool. Works best with Unifi and Streamyx. • Analyse your WiFi performance. • Get it done under in 30 seconds! • Easily and quickly switch WiFi channels to boost your WiFi performance. • Detailed report of your WiFi network.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/faster-and-more-secure-wi-fi-in-windows-10...

Wi-Fi 6 gives you better wireless coverage and performance with added security. WPA3 provides improved Wi-Fi security by using the latest standard. Wi-Fi 6. To connect to a network that uses Wi-Fi 6 and take advantage of the increased performance and coverage, here’s what you’ll need: A router that supports Wi-Fi 6. To find out if your ...