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Top 10 Ways to Boost Your Home Wi-Fi
Use the Latest Wi-Fi Technologies
One of the best ways to make sure your network is as fast and reliable as possible is to use up-to-date hardware. We’ve gone through the basics of router hardware before, so check out the first lesson of our networking Night School for the full lowdown. The main thing you need to know: Wireless A, B, and G are old and slow, and wireless N will give you the fastest speeds around. Note that you’ll need both a wireless N router and a wireless N card in your computer if you want the full speed boost.
Find the Perfect Spot for Your Router
Routers may be ugly, but that doesn’t mean you should hide them behind the TV cabinet. If you want the best signal, you’ll need it out in the open, free of any walls and obstructions. Point the antennas vertically, and elevate the router if you can (one reader found that his attic was the perfect spot). Lastly, make sure its in the center of your house, so you have the best coverage possible throughout your home.
Find the Right Wireless Channel
If you have neighbors, their routers may be interfering with yours and causing the signal to degrade. Wireless routers can operate on a number of different channels, and you want yours on a channel with as little interference as possible. Use a tool like Wi-Fi Stumbler or Wi-Fi Analyzer to find the perfect channel in your house. We have more detailed instructions on how to do that here.
This should be a book for kids.
23 Hacks For Your Tiny Bedroom
Hang your lamp.
That way you can either skip the bedside table or keep your table space free. From here.
Get a console table for your bed that doubles as a shelf and a desk.
It’s also perfect for those days when you just want to eat breakfast in bed.
Hang towels and things on the back of your door.
Here’s a project using PVC pipe.
Disguise your desk as a bedside table.
Maybe not for the serious gamer. From here.
Or, instead of a footboard, use your desk.
So you have more space for your bigger computer. From here.
Prop up your bed on risers.
Not really a “hack,” but hey, sometimes you just need the extra storage space. You can buy these here.
Or go for a high bed with tons of drawers.
Go the super-cheap route with an air mattress and milk crates.
There is no shame in that, especially for students. Instructions here.
This is one of the most adorable comics I’ve ever read
I’ve been waiting for this to pop back up on my dashboard.. we are way too hard on ourselves.