Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree, it's time to move you again. I hope you sang that instead of reading that.

This time you won't be moving the Christmas tree from the attic to the living room, you'll be moving it where the WiFi won't be disrupted.

I recently read an article that mentioned the common mistakes we make when we decorate and one major issue popped up for me.

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Have You Been Noticing Your WiFi is a Little Off Lately?

Is your internet connection spotty? It's not just you, turns out a lot of us have been having issues with our internet connection because of our Christmas trees.

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Kristen Prahl, Thinkstock
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Did You know a Christmas Tree Can Interfere With Your WiFi Signal?

If your tree is too close to your router you'll start seeing a huge difference in your internet connection. You'll never believe why, blame the ornaments. Those cute little ornaments on your tree will mess with the waves sent from your router.

Watch out where you plug the lights too. If you decide to plug in the tree lights where your router is plugged into you'll notice the lights causing an interference.

 

 

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