asked on 8th Sep 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
Creating a new connection may not always help. We have to investigate the underlying cause else the new connection may also become slow. Please check if any other download is going on in any part of the network sharing this connection. There could be some background downloads going on. If everything is ok, check the router settings, if required, reset it. Do a speed test and see what the speed you get is. Talk to your ISP about this. Try the steps given in the link http://www.askiyogi.com/connecting-computers-networking/12628.html given below
(a) Use the appropriate Wireless channel.
(b) Move router to a better location where the interference is least.
(c) Tweak the wireless card settings regards power management, QoS, throughput enhancement etc.
(d) Use wireless range extender antenna if you move a lot.
(e) Use AES instead of TKIP in encryption.
(f) Keep wireless card and router software latest.
(g) Run a regular anti spyware scan.
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