How to enable 5Ghz Wireless band on your laptop

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Find out if your router supports 5GHz:
Unless you already know for sure that your router is a dual-band model and definitely has a 5GHz radio, it’s worth checking that out first. There’s no point enabling 5GHz Wi-Fi on your laptop if your router doesn’t support it.

The easiest way to do that is to check the manual, or log in to the router and check the settings available in the Wi-Fi section. In fact, some routers have the same SSID (network name) for both 2.4 and 5GHz, so it’s worth changing one so you can easily identify each network from your laptop, phone or tablet.

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