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evasive wrote:Some routers come with a power brick that has bad capacitors in it. It will show by giving fantastic connectivety but slowing down to cr*p speeds when doing anything useful e.g. transfer data. Yes please, check with the laptop to possibly exclude the router being the culprit.
Karlsweldt wrote:Could also be a fault with your anti-virus and Firewall program. Many brands have a "screen-scan" mode that reads the data before you see it.. to avert any hacker or viral threats. Some versions are more delay-prone. Not advisable to defeat such features!
And don't forget about traffic loading on some sites. The servers may not have the handles for a lot of clients.
Using AVG (free) Malwarebytes (free) CCleaner (free) Spyware Blaster (free) Super Anti Spyware (free) Windows Firewall (free) and a Netgear combo DSL modem/router.
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