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Like all sufficiently advanced technologies, Wi-Fi can feel like magic. But Wi-Fi isn't magic – it's radio waves. A variety of things can interfere with these radio waves, making your wireless connection weaker and more unreliable.
The main keys to improving your wireless network's signal are positioning your router properly — taking obstructions into account — and reducing interference from other wireless networks and household appliances.
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