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Access Spotlight - either with cmd + spacebar or by clicking the magnifying icon on the right top corner of your screen Search for Activity Monitor. Select the far-right tab titled Network and you will find a description of all the network processes going on on your machine. If there's a high network consumption process, you'll be able to spot it.
I made a simple web app that checks your connection every second and plots the results on a chart: http://netcheck.stimulus.software/
You need to make specific network configuration: System Preferences > Network > Location: > Edit Locations... left down + button, enter a new netowrk configuration name, for example Office / Wi-Fi + proxy, choose it and configure it with the proxy setting you need. You will have to make 2 network configurations one to go through your proxy, and ...
Try changing the Wi-Fi channel in your router's configuration options. Often times one's neighborhood is full of residents all using the same channel, which results in loads of interference. Find Best Wi-Fi Channel
Never game/stream on Wireless. Run Ethernet cable. Wireless bandwidth drops tremendously when another connection is streaming or gaming. It has to do with the way routers split or share bandwidth.
I was having the exact same problem and here's what worked for me. Open Keychain Access make sure "login" is selected in the upper left under "Keychains" and manually delete every entry that is associated with google (any entry with google in the name, I deleted) Go back to Internet Accounts and add your google account. Worked for me, I hope it works for ...
The problem was I didn't have DCHP enabled on the Airport, but when I did, the internet wouldn't work at all on all devices, when with it disabled, it worked on some. So I contacted both my ISP (Bell/2Wire) and Apple. I had to setup the Airport to use PPPoE and I received that information over a call with my ISP. The quickest route was to just reset both, ...
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