This week's Inside Tech sees us tackle an issue that has been baffling boffins from all around the world for centuries. How does one begin to slow down their Internet connection?
Whilst a little unorthodox, it is entirely feasible that at some point you may want to slow down your internet connection. I won’t bore you with the specifics as to why but believe me, it’s almost definitely feasible. Not everything needs context you know. That’s your first lesson.
Anyway, if you’re an “internet hipster” then you’ll already be ahead of the curve (hipster definition: behind the curve) and have one of these antiques. The rest of you “I need everything yesterday” millennials, I suspect, will be using a fancy Cisco router instead. Yes, I get it, those Ciscos (that are supplied with FD connections – HINT!!!) are ultra-reliable, industry leading and best of breed pieces of kit, but that’s not the point of this article, is it? Go for the 56k, and whilst you’re at it, maybe get yourself a beret too.
Have a Fluidata connection and want to pull this scam? Sorry pal schools out. Fluidata has bandwidth allocation tools in place to stop mavericks like you getting too much connection to yourself – please see me after class.
So if you’re looking for slow and unreliable then I do apologise but our support teams will go to hell and back (metaphorically) to fix it (literally) - it’s basic math!