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Wired cable ethernet or WIFI for trading

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Wired cable ethernet or WIFI for trading

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Goodmorning!!! Are u find cable coonect is faster for executing trade compare to wifi??? Cos after much years using wifi i just connect router to pc this morning using the yellow ethernet cable & trade execution not lag & website loads much fast. Is it true

THX :clap:

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SilverBB wrote:
Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:43 pm
I have always found that Wired Ethernet networks are less expensive, faster, and more secure than wireless networks.
THX silverbb boy for response, why cheaper??? for electricity??

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moey_dw wrote:
Tue Jan 16, 2018 8:09 pm
Goodmorning!!! Are u find cable coonect is faster for executing trade compare to wifi??? Cos after much years using wifi i just connect router to pc this morning using the yellow ethernet cable & trade execution not lag & website loads much fast. Is it true

THX :clap:


Ethernet-or-WiFi.jpg
Haha nice pic. Wired to router is definitely faster for me than Wifi.
SilverBB wrote:
Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:43 pm
I have always found that Wired Ethernet networks are less expensive, faster, and more secure than wireless networks.
Agreed!
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moey_dw wrote:
Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:57 pm
SilverBB wrote:
Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:43 pm
I have always found that Wired Ethernet networks are less expensive, faster, and more secure than wireless networks.
THX silverbb boy for response, why cheaper??? for electricity??
If you have one or more computers very close to your router, you can purchase Network Interface Cards (NICs) for these computers and connect to the router using Ethernet cable. Since NICs are less expensive than wireless network adapters, you can save money and still have a faster, more secure connection to the router.





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