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What factors can influence my Internet speed?

Device Hardware: Your computer’s resources, like processor speed, memory, etc. may reduce your Internet speed if they are inadequate.

Viruses & Malware: Viruses, malware, “free” toolbars and browser add-ons may consume significant system resources and adversely affect Internet speed. Number of Applications Running Multiple programs using the Internet, like downloading music with iTunes and surfing the web using Mozilla Firefox, plus programs running in the background like anti-virus updates or backups will reduce your overall speed.

Peak Network Times: The evening hours are like rush hour for Internet traffic. Increased traffic on the network may result in reduced speeds during this time.

Router Configuration: Your router should be configured to use the wireless network standard 802.11n and a WPA2/AES encryption for the best results.

*Number of Devices: Multiple laptops, tablets, game consoles and smartphones reduce the overall speed each device receives.

*Small Spaces: Numerous wireless networks in a small area, such as an apartment building, can cause interference and reduce the efficiency of your wireless router. Changing your channel may help with this issue.

*Your Neighbors: An unsecured network, with no password, can be used by anyone in the vicinity and significantly reduce your speed. Secure your network with WPA2/AES or AES2 for best results.

*Home Network: Other wireless devices, such as cordless phones, baby monitors and microwaves can cause interference in your home, weakening your router’s signal.

*Router Location: Physical features of your home, such as walls, steel framing and size, including multiple levels, and your router location may affect the strength of your wireless router’s signal.

*Device Hardware: Older computers or handheld devices may not support the 802.11n standard, so 802.11g should be used next, or 802.11b as a last resort.

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