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TUAW video tip: Using Wireless Diagnostics to fine-tune your WiFi network

Steve Sande, @stevensande
January 6, 2014
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If you're wondering if your WiFi network is operating at peak efficiency, we have just the video tip for you today. Mac OS X features a utility called Wireless Diagnostics that can be used to quickly determine the best channels on your WiFi network. You can then use whatever tool is included with your router (AirPort Utility for AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express users, various utilities or web portals for other routers) to set the channels and optimize your speed and bandwidth.

As with our other video tips, this one can be resized to full-screen for ease of viewing.

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