Upgrading From 200 Mbps to 2 Gig? What Will It Feel Like?
Do I really feel the need for speed? That’s the big question on most people’s minds when they consider upgrading to a faster internet connection. Getting a boost from 2 gig internet can make a big difference in all the ways you use connectivity in your home, whether it’s
5 Benefits of Managing Your Home Wi-Fi Network
The number of devices on home Wi-Fi has ballooned: IoT devices, voice assistants, laptops, TVs and more. We also ask home internet connections to do more: Whether working from home or streaming in every room of the house, the strain on your network is greater than ever. Are you
Is Your Router Ready for the Holidays?
This year, when you’re planning for the holidays, put food, drink, decor and Wi-Fi on your checklist. Chances are everybody is showing up with their devices and they’ll want to use your internet connection. Not only that, there's bound to be gaming and streaming time in the name of
Tech You Need for Your Workcation
If you’ve been working remotely from home this past year, you’ve probably wondered if you could take a working vacation or “workcation” and work remotely from, well, anywhere. The good news is you probably can—you just need the right tech to make it happen.I’ve been traveling the world and
How To Get the Fastest Internet in a Home Office
Now that you've settled into working from home, you’ve probably made some changes, like an office chair that doesn’t send you to the chiropractor or lighting that makes you Zoom-fabulous (or at least Zoom-presentable).You also might need to think about the setup that gives you the fastest, most reliable
What’s the Difference Between Using Ethernet and Wi-Fi to Access the Internet?
Ethernet and Wi-Fi are two different ways to connect a computer to your home network and internet service. Many home routers allow you to connect using either method. Ethernet uses physical cables and can deliver faster speeds, less interference and sometimes better security. Wi-Fi uses signals sent through the