“Many of us are addicted to the extent that we get depressed and moody if we go without it,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “What are we addicted to? The attention-grabbing Internet, that’s what, and keeping our wireless network in good shape is critical to the way we live today, at work and at play.”
“The symptoms: Web sites and emails are taking forever to download; video and TV shows are stuttering, online communication you know is coming in your direction isn’t reaching the in-box, and/or using AirDrop to share files between the Macs on your network is taking an age,” Evans writes. “You’ve even done the right thing and made sure you’re running the latest software on all the devices you keep on your network, but still you got problems.”
Evans writes, “What should you do?”
What you should do in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Thankfully, ever since Apple finally dumped discoveryd and went back to good old mDNSResponder in iOS 9 and OS X 10.11, we haven’t had any Wi-Fi issues of note!
Apple is finally addressing your Mac and iPhone’s Wi-Fi connectivity woes – June 10, 2015
OS X Yosemite networking issues and ‘discoveryd’ – May 7, 2015
After many of complaints about Wi-Fi issues, Apple dumps discoveryd in latest OS X beta – May 27, 2015
Open letter to Tim Cook: Apple needs to do better – January 5, 2015
Apple delivers another Yosemite beta as vexing Wi-Fi issues persist – November 22, 2014