You’ve spent hundreds of dollars on Wi-Fi routers so you can access emails any time, collaborate instantaneously, and access programs and files seamlessly without your connection faltering. But when your Wi-Fi starts acting up, resist the temptation to smash your router.
From answering emails and using online productivity suites to browsing Facebook and streaming YouTube videos, a fast and reliable internet connection is a must. But what do you do when there are connectivity and speed issues? Here are some solutions to five of the most common Wi-Fi worries.