People are just now realizing how you can triple your Wi-Fi speeds with a quick five-step hack

PEOPLE are just discovering a quick five-step hack that can triple your Wi-Fi speed.

A tech expert has taken to TikTok to explain a secret, easy way to improve internet connectivity at home.

The tech expert explained the easy way to increase WiFi speed at home


The tech expert explained the easy way to increase WiFi speed at homePhoto credit: TikTok/@wepc

The @WePC Account offered the consumer hack in one 18 second clip which garnered both praise and almost 225,000 likes.

The video begins with the promise: “Enjoy faster internet and better performance.”

The moderator suggests opening your device’s Device Manager and then clicking on the links for network adapters and then Wi-Fi.

She then recommends tapping the Transmit Power Levels option before setting that value to the highest value.

She added: “This tip actually works.”

After the move, it showed a big difference in upload speed.

Viewers shared the advice, with one person telling a friend: “You might need this.”

Others asked if there might be a “catch.”

Other Wi-Fi hacks recently shared with people include advice on the five household items that can affect internet speeds.

Christmas holiday decorations can also have an impact, while three more boosts have been revealed.

A Wi-Fi expert has revealed other ways to “spice it up,” but turning off two features can also help.

The weather is also said to have an influence – and updating devices cannot be helpful either, experts warn.

The expert says there are big differences in speed


The expert says there are big differences in speedPhoto credit: TikTok/@wepc

Jake Nichol

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