The internet has gradually developed over the years, and it is now become an inevitable part of our lives. In fact, a lot of people spend more time on the internet than with others, and this is for so many reasons.
We now depend on the internet for so many things. Some of us depend on it for food, for entertainment, for communication, for business, and even for moving our career forward. In a situation like this, having a good internet connection is essential, and taking constant steps to optimize your internet connection is even important.
Of course, you might not have any problems with the speed you’re getting at the moment, but have you ever thought of how cool it will be if you can get faster and better internet access. This article lists a few sure-fire tips to help you optimize your internet browsing experience. Kindly implement them and let us know how they work for you.
Tip #1: Relocate
In most cases, the number one problem most people face when it comes to their internet browsing experience has nothing to do with the ISP, it has a lot to do with their location instead.
When I talk about location, I’m not just talking about where you reside. I’m talking about a lot of other things including the position of your computer, the height of your computer, the ventilation of your environment and whether there are other devices interfering with your network.
The number one thing you should do in the case that you’re experiencing internet connectivity problems is to relocate. Don’t just stay in one place, move around and observe the situation, and see if there is any development in speed and your internet browsing experience.
Tip #2: Optimize
How fast is your internet connection? How fast is your computer? Could there be any application conflicting with your internet usage in the background?
These are a few questions you might want to consider when trying to get a better internet experience. Most of the time a lot of us just ignore our computer and devices and wonder why our internet connection is so damn slow. Don’t wait for your ISP to make a change, because the problem is not with them. Uninstall every unnecessary application on your computer, disable programs running in the background, and look for a way to constantly make your computer faster.
Optimizing your computer to make it faster is a very simple process, but one that will end up contributing a lot more to your experience.
Tip #3: Anonymize
Sometimes, the reason why that site is so damn slow is because your IP isn’t supported, or because there are latency issues between your IP and the server you’re trying to access. A solution to this problem is to look for a way to access the internet anonymously.
Try a few open proxies, try to install a tunneling application, and try a VPN server to see if it works.
This is a guest post written by Paul Tobis, a broadband expert that helps people get a better dongle.