The first thing I want to talk about is a problem that many people have. You might be one of them! It’s the issue of slow buffering, and it occurs when you are trying to watch videos online. This can happen for a number of reasons, but usually, it happens because your internet connection is too slow for the video. In this blog post, we’ll go over some solutions so you can enjoy watching your favorite shows without having to wait forever in between scenes!
8 Reasons Of Typical Buffering Problem
1. Too many devices connected to the same WiFi network
2. You are too far away from your wireless router
3. Your home’s walls and floors are made of metal or concrete, which interfere with the signal strength of your wireless router
4. The internet speed is not fast enough for video streaming
5. Your computer has a virus that slows down internet speeds and causes buffering issues
6. Your computer does not have enough RAM to stream videos smoothly without buffering
7. There is an issue with the website you’re trying to watch a video on, such as broken links or outdated code (this can be fixed by refreshing)
8. You need more bandwidth on your account if you want faster streaming speeds; this can be done by upgrading your plan or switching providers (if possible)
But, in your case, it’s not what we see. You have a super speedy internet service but still experiencing slow buffering while playing videos.
What Could This Be:
1. Ensure your modem is plugged in and powered on
2. Reboot the router by unplugging it from power for ten seconds, then plugging it back in
3. If you have a dual-band router, try changing the channel to see if that helps with signal strength
4. Make sure there are no other devices connected to your network wirelessly or via Ethernet cable (such as smart TVs) which could be using up bandwidth.
5. You don’t have enough RAM to stream videos smoothly without buffering or there is an issue with the website you’re trying to watch a video on, such as broken links or outdated code (this can be fixed by refreshing).
It’s possible that you need more bandwidth on your account if you want faster streaming speeds; this can be done by upgrading your plan or switching providers.