wifi

  1. froggyboy604

    Will most smartphones OS won't have the option to Turn OFF Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, Data?

    I think it is possible that most smartphones will no longer have the ability to turn off the wireless signals for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and Wireless Data on a smartphone. Smartphone operating system makers like Google Android and Apple iOS may want to keep wireless signals like we-fi and...
  2. froggyboy604

    Windows 10 is dropping WiFi connections, with no fix from Microsoft yet

    WINDOWS 10 is back to its old tricks again, with a recurrence of problems with WiFi connections dropping, something we’ve not seen since the early days. Although Microsoft has released a new version of Windows 10 in the last few days (1607) it doesn’t seem to be that, because most of the...
  3. froggyboy604

    Wi-Fi gets multi-gigabit, multi-user boost with upgrades to 802.11ac

    The Wi-Fi Alliance industry group is now certifying products that can deliver multi-gigabit speeds and improve coverage in dense networks by delivering data to multiple devices simultaneously. The new certification program, announced today, focuses on the so-called "Wave 2" features of the...
  4. froggyboy604

    Ever upgraded the Antennae on your Wireless Router?

    No, I never upgraded the Antennae on my wireless router because they are usually good enough. I don't live in a big home, and I am usually only a few feet away from my wireless router, so I rarely don't get a wireless signal unless my router is broken. Most of my wireless wifi problems with...
  5. froggyboy604

    Have you ever upgraded the Wifi or Wired Ethernet USB adapter or PCI ExpansionCard on your computer?

    No, I have never upgraded the wi-fi adapter or wired networking adapter or PCI card on my computers because my Internet Connection max speed is around 15 Mbps download, and 5 Mbps upload, so I would never reach the maximum speed limit of my wifi or wired network adapter when using my home...
  6. froggyboy604

    Do you prefer onboard, PCI, or USB network adapters like Wired Ethernet and Wi-Fi?

    I prefer a PCI based Expansion card for Wired Ethernet Network or Wi-Fi because they seem to offer the most features, and I can pick the fastest PCI card for my needs. They also can look kind of cool .
  7. froggyboy604

    Did you wish there were more regular motherboards which don't come built-in with Ethernet and Wi-Fi?

    Yes, I would like if there were more motherboards which don't come with Wired Ethernet and Wi-Fi built-in because I sometimes prefer buying and installing my own Wired Ethernet Card or Wi-Fi wireless card. Sometimes the type of Wi-Fi and Wired Ethernet becomes outdated, so I would need to...
  8. froggyboy604

    Are there fewer modern broadband high speed modems without a built-in Wifi?

    I notice all the popular Cable, Fiber, and DSL Internet Service Providers where I live now only provide modems which also have a built-in wi-fi router. There does not seem to be an option to get a new modem which only has a wired connection like in the past when modems were only wired, and you...
  9. froggyboy604

    Luma: Surround WiFi with speed, safety and security

    Luma is Surround WiFi that brings home internet into the modern era. With a focus on speed, safety and security, Luma empowers users with visibility into their home WiFi system and control over their family and home network’s safety. You’ve never had WiFi like this. Pre-order now at...
  10. froggyboy604

    Google And ASUS Team Up On A Router With A Nifty Twist

    Today, Google and ASUS announced that they’re working together on a version of OnHub which will run you $219.99, $20 more than Google’s original OnHub (TP-LINK). Why the extra bucks for the ASUS build? Well, it does have a nifty new feature called “Wave Control,” which lets you speed up your...
  11. Demon_Skeith

    Making your Wifi faster and secure

    5 Simple tips on how to get your wifi set up into a better standing with your wifi needed devices: read here. Many of them are good, but do note that hiding your SSID is not the best option. Also there is a wifi wiz in that article comment, here is some of his stuff: Not sure if all should...
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