Windows Wi-Fi: See your network connection quality

Although these WiFi (wireless networks) έχουν γίνει πολύ πιο ισχυρά το τελευταίο διάστημα, εξακολουθούν να έχουν φυσικούς περιορισμούς. Ένα από τα μεγαλύτερα προβλήματα που αντιμετωπίζουν οι του Wi-Fi είναι η κακή ποιότητα s.Wi-Fi

Στα Windows, μπορείτε να δείτε το εικονίδιο του δικτύου κάτω δεξιά, και αυτό σας δίνει μια ιδέα για το πόσο ισχυρή είναι η σύνδεσή σας. Όμως δεν εμφανίζει κάποια .
Below we will see a way to help you see the quality of your wireless connection at any time.

The method will show you very specific results.

You will first have to be connected to the Wi-Fi network you want to try to avoid making unnecessary moves.
Type cmd in Windows search and open a window of commands.
Copy and paste the following command if you do not want to type it:

netsh wlan show interface

The command after the necessary entry will give you too much information about your wireless network. You will see the SSID, radio type and connection mode.

Το σημείο που θα πρέπει να κοιτάξετε είναι το . Δίπλα θα δείτε μια ποσοστιαία μέτρηση από το 1 μέχρι το 100. Η συγκεκριμένη μέτρηση αντιπροσωπεύει το πόσο ισχυρό είναι το σήμα σας.

If the percentage does not please you can follow the steps below to improve it:

Try moving closer to the router, or moving the router closer to your computer. The walls block the wireless signal, so the closer you are to the source of the signal, the better its quality.

Using the above command, check the signal strength after each location change of your router or computer. To prevent the command from being repeatedly copied, press the Arrow button above, and the command will be displayed automatically waiting for your entry.

If you can not move your computer closer to the router, you can buy a Wi-Fi extender to boost your brand.

If none of the above does not improve your connection, you should seriously consider replacing your router or sometimes replacing the provider.

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