Thursday, November 20, 2014

Slow Internet. UGH!

There are about two places in the house where the Internet service is good, if I stand on my right foot, close my left eye, and put both hands on my head. Of course, this position makes it impossible to type on my computer or search the web. We've had technicians come out, replace the old wiring, add boosters, and yet the Internet is still slow. UGH!

I've made a decision to stop the de-cluttering until after the first of the year. There are still boxes that need to be dealt with, but we're leaving to spend Thanksgiving in Santa Fe and when we get back it will be time to decorate for the holidays. After the holidays I'll be able to deal with the boxes again. Hey, I know a woman who moved at least six years ago and she still has unpacked boxes.

Today I'm creating stacks of boxes in my studio and in Mr. B's studio. Most of the items in the boxes go in either of those two places, so we'll stack them and close the door until Jan. 5. Sounds like a plan.


  1. If there are no improvements despite the additional booster and replaced wirings, then maybe the problem is coming from the provider itself. But your computer could also be a suspect in such situations. Background programs that are updating their software could be draining your resources. Viruses and malwares could also replicate this effect, though I hope that it isn't the case. Anyway, I hope you have found a way to fix this. Good luck!

    Clara Brooks @ Telco World

  2. If it’s still slow despite the new wirings and signal boosters, you could check if it’s slow on any device besides your computer. If it’s still the case, then it might be an external wiring problem, and your provider should deal with that issue. Otherwise, it might be a problem with your computer. Hope it helps!

    Jannette Britt @ T Link Broadband Services