More Help On How To Make Internet Faster: Scans And Connections
In earlier articles we talked about Internet speed problems. Now we go a step further in how to make internet faster by looking at our computer itself and other things that might make it slow browsing the web. You can’t a get faster Internet with a sluggish computer.
First doing a registry error scan: There are free scans available online that will help show you where your problem is located in your PC. They will show you the errors and other issues such as invalid entries, lost files, etc. These scans will find from a few dozen to well over a 1000 errors, junk files and other issues.
When these errors were corrected and the registry optimized by the cleaning program it can make the PC noticeably faster and also a faster internet performance. Now the repair and optimization is not free (about $25 depending on options). But this is something your computer needs… every computer needs this periodically… and not just for a faster internet.
But is this a scam and how do I know the “errors” are really there? As evidence that this test is not a scam, I have run a scan on relatively new computers and found almost no errors – so it will show you true problems, not just show you something to sell you. If you have only 20-30 errors, this is probably not your PC’s problem and I wouldn’t purchase the software.
Also, this software is completely guaranteed, if purchased from reputable source, and you can get your money back if not completely satisfied with the results. My experience is that refund rates are very low and this program has successfully helped a lot of people!
Next, look at your network connection by clicking the start button and finding and clicking “Connected To.” This shows the available networks in your area. They maybe wireless or hard-wired and secured or not secured. Make sure you are connected to the right one and that the signal is strong by looking at the graph or scale. It should be at least 75%.
If your signal is not very strong try these ideas: Click disconnect from your network and then reconnect. This is similar to re-booting your PC by letting it go back through the connection and maybe correct the computer internet connection problems; Next, turn off or unplug your wireless router for a few seconds and turn it back on. Again this is like a re-boot; And finally, if the first two did not work then by-pass the router by plugging directly from the modem to your computer.