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Do you have a bad Wifi signal?

WiFi has become a basic need, much like electricity.  Most Internet service providers install a basic modem/router that stays untouched in a corner. Do you have a poor signal? 

A Great Tip is Better Placement!

This is one of the easiest ways to improve WiFi coverage. Most users prefer to keep their routers in a corner of the house. While this does minimize wire clutter, it also limits your WiFi range because the WiFi signal spreads omni-directionally. The ideal place to keep a router is in the center of your house so that it provides an even coverage across the home. Try and place the WiFi router at eye-level or higher — this further improves the signal strength. Finally, keep the router away from other interference causing devices such as other routers, printers or microwave ovens.