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Understanding Your Score

For better clarity, it’s important to differentiate between the internet connection speed that goes into your home or office and the one that is eventually transmitted to each device. These two metrics differ significantly and have a significant impact on the quality of your online activity.

Knowing When to Upgrade

Your online experience largely depends on your WiFi connection at home or at the office, which is why choosing the right gateway device for connecting to the internet is critical to ensuring optimal performance.

Even if you upgrade your mobile phones regularly, you might still be using an outdated Gateway (modem or router), which can limit the capabilities of your current devices. As a result, you might not be experiencing the optimum speed of your broadband connection. If you are relying on an old Gateway, it’s high time to consider upgrading it to enjoy uninterrupted connectivity and the maximum potential of your devices.


Staying on top of your computer system’s performance can also be crucial. But how do you know when it’s time for an upgrade? Here are a few telltale signs to look out for:

  • Slow startup times
  • Frequent crashes
  • Freezing or lagging when running programs
  • General sluggishness when accessing files

If you’re experiencing any of these issues on a regular basis, it’s worth considering an upgrade for your hardware or operating system. The right investment can help improve the overall functionality of your computer and boost your productivity in the long run. Ultimately, the decision to upgrade is yours – weigh the costs against the benefits and make the choice that makes the most sense for your needs.

Dan Mitchell President & Solution Architect at Racksimply
Dan Mitchell

President & Solution Architect

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