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If you’re experiencing frustratingly slow internet speeds, the culprit could be an outdated router or a less-than-ideal router location. Your connection issues could require an easy fix, like upgrading to a mesh network or simply restarting your modem and router. But if you’ve already attempted many of the tried-and-true methods and your internet speeds are still subpar, the issue might be due to something your internet service provider is intentionally doing: bandwidth throttling.

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This story is part of Home Tips, CNET’s collection of practical advice for getting the most out of your home, inside and out.

If you’re experiencing frustratingly slow internet speeds, the culprit could be an outdated router or a less-than-ideal router location. Your connection issues could require an easy fix, like upgrading to a mesh network or restarting your modem and router. But you may also be able to blame your slow Wi-Fi on something your internet service provider is intentionally doing: bandwidth throttling.

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Yes, you read that right. Your ISP could be making your Wi-Fi slower

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Usually, you don’t need to write down a Wi-Fi password for later, because once you’ve connected to a network on your computer, you’ll stay connected to it, even if you leave and come back.

However, if you need to share the Wi-Fi password with someone else, it’s good to have this information down on a piece of paper on your desk or a random note in your phone. You could also check the wireless router, which typically has the password on a sticker label on the back.

But even if you don’t have the password saved anywhere, and you can’t

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This story is part of Home Tips, CNET’s collection of practical advice for getting the most out of your home, inside and out.

When your home internet is slow, it’s possible that an outdated router or less-than-ideal router location could be the culprit. And there may be easy fixes for your connection issues, like upgrading to a mesh network or restarting your modem and router. But you may also be able to blame your slow Wi-Fi on something your internet service provider is intentionally doing: bandwidth throttling.

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Yes, you read that right. Your ISP could be making your

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The best wireless routers help make congested networks a thing of the past. Delivering fast and reliable wireless connectivity and performance, these routers ensure that your network is working as efficiently as possible despite high data transfers and juggling multiple devices.

Now that we’re living in a world where a multi-device household or office space is the norm, we all need a router that can tackle high network demands. In fact, most of our day-to-day are reliant on being online, which has considerably increased our network needs. And, if you want a fast and smooth online experience, you require a

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You have just arrived home from work, are extremely tired, and want to watch one episode of your favorite show on Netflix. After switching on your Samsung TV, you realize that you cannot launch Netflix due to a network problem. 

Even though you have always done this, you are left wondering about what could be wrong. For some reason, your TV cannot connect to your WiFi network. What do you do? Should you contact your internet service provider?

Well, multiple reasons might lead to such a problem. Most of the time, the fix to this problem might

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