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We recently moved, and as a result my desktop is a good distance away from our router now (through a couple walls, maybe some brick, who knows). As a result, my wireless connection signal is consistently in the 2-3 bars range with an unreliable internet connection that frequently lags out.
I'd like to fix this, but I'm kind of confused as to what my best option is. I replaced my wireless adapter, but that didn't do much. My router is a bit dated
, but I don't think that's really the issue. Extending my network seems like an answer, but I'm not really sure the best way to go about it - also confused about the difference between range extenders, repeaters, or just creating a WAP closer to my desktop. Would love some advice.
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