Does the Internet not work properly sometimes at some points in your home? One problem that worsens the connection is a weak Wi-Fi signal. And this may be related to where you place your router. The further away your device is from the router, or the more obstacles are in the way, such as walls and closed doors, the worse the signal is for transmitting data.
The Wi-Fi router in your home needs to be in a wide-open, preferably, high spot. By improving its location you can connect more devices, with better quality. Follow these tips and see the results.
In the first scene, there is a woman, thinking, and a mobile phone loading an Internet page. In this scene, the following phrase appears: "Bad Wi-Fi signal at home?"
In the second scene, the character goes to a second room and starts looking for the router with a magnifying glass. In this scene, the following phrase appears: "Where's the router?"
In the third scene, the router appears inside a closed closet, with a negative red sign on it. In this scene, the following phrase appears: "Make sure it’s not closed anywhere."
In the fourth scene, the router appears on top of the closet emitting the Wi-Fi signal. The mobile phone that was loading now loads the Registro.br web page. In this scene, the following phrase appears: "Free your Wi-Fi signal."
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