Test your broadband speeds. Use speedchecker to find out what speeds you are currently receiving. Compare that with the maximum speeds that you are supposed to get (say 8Mb/10Mb or 24Mb) Check the internal wiring, specifically, find out how the router, socket and PC are inter connected. Use shortest cable and make sure it does not look messy when you complete the installation of your connection. Make sure that the modem or wireless router is advanced, latest and configured to the best settings to provide faster and stable connection. If you suspect the router device is the source of your trouble, do not hesitate to call the technical support to test the equipment. See that your PC or laptop is decently fast enough to meet the processing needs when you access applications like online games or streaming video sites.Check the operating system and internet browser that they are updated to the latest versions, as this will speed up the connection as well as ensure your internet security from malware and spyware.