There are 2 main reasons for a bad connection:
- Overloaded internet channel. To fix it up, please, disable the operating system update and file downloads, close other browser tabs. All devices connected to your Wi-Fi router consume Internet, so the more devices there are — the poorer connection you have. This can affect picture quality and latency.
2. Something affects signal strength. Try to get closer to the router and connect to it with a cable. Check the connector (a plastic tip on the cable) and the integrity of the Internet cable in your apartment, you may need to replace it.
It is important to know:
Leave only your device connected — the more connected devices there are (phones, laptops, tablets), the more likely you are to have a poor connection. Close other browser tabs, active torrents, online video playback — this can load the Wi-Fi network.
Update router firmware — outdated software can cause problems with the connection.
In addition, the practice shows that a 2.4 GHz router is more likely to have problems with the stability of the connection than a 5 GHz router.