How to Amplify WiFi in Windows 7


In this tutorial, we will show you different methods of amplifying your Wi-Fi signal to enhance the internet speed to its best.

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Wireless internet allows you to connect to the internet by connecting to any Wireless network in the area. One can stay connected while on the go by connecting to the different Wi-Fi hot spots available nearby. If your Wi-Fi network is slow, there are number of Wi-Fi speed booster methods through which you can speed up the connection easily. Follow this step by step guide to learn how to amplify Wi-Fi signals so that the connection stays steady. In this tutorial, we will teach you how to increase your Wi-Fi Transmit power speed which will boast your connection’s speed instantly.

Step # 1 — Open up My Computer Properties

In the first step of learning how to amplify a Wi-Fi connection, right click on the “My Computer” icon on the Desktop and select the “Properties” option from the menu. This will open up the Properties Panel of ‘My Computer’ where you will find various options and settings to adjust your computer’s overall performance.

Step # 2 — Open the Device Manager

Once you have clicked on the “Properties” option, a new window will open in front of your screen. This is ‘Properties Panel’ of your computer. Now in this panel, you will see a menu available on the left side of the window. Click on the “Device Manager” option from this menu on the left side to open ‘Device Properties and Settings’.

Step # 3 — Select your Wi-Fi LAN Card and Update its Driver

In the next step, a small Settings panel window will open in front of your screen. This is the “Device Manager” panel where you can view and adjust various settings related to the hardware and software of your computer. Now click on the “Network Adapters” option to expand its category. Once done, right click on the Wi-Fi LAN Card and select the “Update Driver Software” option from the menu.

Step # 4 — Search Automatically for Updates

Once you have clicked on the “Update Driver Software” option, a new panel will open in front of your screen. Now select the “Search automatically for updated driver software” option from this window. This will search the best available software on your computer as well on the Internet and update once it finds it.

Step # 5 — Open the Wi-Fi LAN properties

Once you have updated the driver for your Wi-Fi LAN card, go back to the Device Manager display panel. Now again right click on the Wi-Fi LAN Card and select the “Properties” option from the menu this time.

Step # 6 — Adjust the Power Management Option

Once the “Properties” window has opened, go to the “Power Management” tab which is located at the top right corner of the window. Now uncheck the option of “Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power” option from this tab to disable it.

Step # 7 — Adjust the Advanced Options

In the last step, go to the “Advanced” tab from the Properties panel. In this tab, select the “Transmit Power” option from the “Property” menu. Once you have selected it, choose its value as “Highest”. Now click on the “OK” button to save these settings and exit. This will serve as a Wi-Fi speed booster for your slow connection instantly.


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  1. Transmit power option is defined by the driver, not the operation system, so it can have a different name, different meaning or simply be missing. Depends on both device and driver you have.

  2. i feel it prudent to suggest that you mention that this only work on supported hardware for example on windows 7 and windows 8/8.1 with a Broadcom bcm4313 wireless chipset there is no power management tab as it is disabled. I don't know of other hardware as this is the first time I've encountered it but none the less it may be a good idea to mention it. Great tutorial though.


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