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How can I improve my Macbook wi-fi?


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benj

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I have a 2009 Macbook. Is their any device or upgrade I can add to it to improve Facetime video call sessions? I'm not looking for inexpensive solutions, I need it improved for work. Something that might help with latency, speed or quality for when I'm traveling. Thanks

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make sure that the network you use has minimum ping time.

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Try it using hardwired ethernet instead of WiFi (which I'm assuming you're using). Make sure your router supports 1000 Base T. If that shows no improvement then it's likely that your network is bottlenecked and you either need to talk to your IT people or just live with it. The odds are your problems have more to do with the network and less to do with the MacBook.





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