Setting up a home is probably one of the most exciting things we know - everything we decide sets a tone for our day-to-day, and there's something really appealing about the idea of putting things together on your own and making things work.
But the truth is, DIY is not for everyone - especially if it involves home automation, which may be better left to the pros.
Here are some tips to help you decide if you prefer to DIY or outsource your home automation.
Here’s What You Need To Know About Your Wi-Fi Connection
Diagnosing networking problems is often difficult. If your computer is slow, it could be something related to hardware or software. If your smartphone or tablet is slow, it could also be related to the device itself or the software it’s running.
Perhaps a website you’re accessing is slow for a period, and it’s not any of your devices. If you’re trying to watch a Netflix movie on your TV, is the quality something less than HD (high definition)? Perhaps your internet signal slowed down temporarily. There’s always the possibility that it’s not your signal or any device.
Your network installation may be the culprit in a multitude of connectivity sins. And in Manhattan, we often live in buildings with tens or hundreds of other networks, which can create issues with crowded airwaves. How do we figure out if our problems are network related?
We’ll cover some ways to narrow it down. Just keep reading.