You want to make sure that you have a strong Wi-Fi signal, so you can get the work done that you want to achieve. If a weak Wi-Fi signal is ruining your productivity, there are a few things that you can do to increase your Wi-Fi signal and getting the strength that you need.
Update The Firmware On Your Router
Routers are just like any other piece of technology. The manufacturers of the routers are always working to make them better and to work out bugs. Just like your computer, tablet, smartphone, and even television get updates, so does your router.
Firmware updates are often sent out for your router. Look up your router, and find out what the latest firmware update is for your router. Then, put in your router's IP address, look at the information for your router, and find out what the latest firmware is that is installed on your router.
For some routers, all you need to do to update the firmware on your router is to update your router. Or, you may need to contact your internet provider, and have them send out a firmware update. You may also need to download and upload a firmware update from the internet.
Make Sure You Are Placing Your Router Somewhere Smart
The next thing you need to do is make sure that you have your router placed somewhere smart, where the signal will not be interfered with. You don't want to have your router, for example, inside of a cabinet or tucked behind some furniture. You don't want the router to be inside of something or to have a big wall or furniture blocking the signal from your router.
You also are going to want to make sure that you don't put the router next to any other appliances or electronics. Other appliances and electronics could interfere with the signal from your router. It is hard to tell how other appliances and electronics will impact your electronics, so try to keep your router away from them.
You may want to add an antenna to your router, or extend it upward, if you are able to. This will help extend the signal.
Try the 5 GHz Band Instead of the 2.4 GHz Band
Finally, lots of new routers now have both 2.4 GHz band, as well as 5 GHz band. 2.4 GHz band has more traffic on it, which can result in you getting a weak signal from your router. If possible, try switching to the 5.0 GHz band that doesn't have as much traffic on it and should provide you with a stronger signal.
If you are not getting the Wi-Fi strength that you need, make sure that your router has the latest firmware update installed on it, that your router is placed somewhere smart where the signal will carry, and try out the 5 GHz band instead of the 2.4 GHz band. If you have more questions, contact an electronics wholesaler.