For something most of us didn’t even have 10-15 years ago, wifi has become virtually indispensable in our homes. Sixty-one percent of American homes have wifi.
And wifi can be maddening if it fails to reach all rooms in our home.
Wifi provides the internet to more and more devices every year. Our first router back around 2003 served two laptops. Today, in an average home, many more devices are linked to wifi routers including laptops, mobile phones, game consoles, portable gaming machines and more.
And more devices will continue to login. Devices such as your refrigerator, washing machine, light bulbs, door locks and those little Dash Buttons from Amazon that let you reorder things at the push of a button.
Does your wifi reach all areas of your home? If it doesn’t, you are losing valuable functionality.
In this column, we’ll tell you how to easily find dead spots in your home and what you can do to get the internet throughout your home.
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