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The person on the Dell does not have to be doing anything big - not streaming or downloading or anything like that they are just surfing the web and I am down to a crawl on my work laptop running off the wireless.
I've worked with my ISP and we did switch channels on the modem and that seems to have helped minimize the dropped connections but the speed issue is still there.
Do you think the speed issue has to do with the router or the Dell PC or something else I'm not thinking of? The internet works well on my laptop on my netgear modem/router, but on our 3 cell phones, we can't browse - although we can use apps that are internet based.
This is making my brain hurt - I have no idea what the problem can but but it must be the router/modem.
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