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onorman

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Hey,

I use a wireless connection that is shared with the rest of my family. I was just wondering if there is any way of allocating more bandwidth to my computer then the others that are connected?

I am new here, so sorry if I have posted this in the wrong section.

Thanks for helping.
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Neil Jones

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Depends on the router.
Some you can, some you can't.
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Ahk, how do I find out if my router is useable for it?
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First step would be to post the model number of your router.
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