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One of my friends recently upgraded to macOS Monterey. However, their Mac’s Wi-Fi speed has gotten extremely bad since the update. Finally, we found and applied a few solutions to this problem. It significantly improves the speed of our internet. I think you have the same problem with your Mac. Therefore, I will give you those solutions here. So, to get rid of this slow wifi problem in Monterey, check out all the solutions below.
You can also check out How to Automatically Join a Wi-Fi Network on Mac.
Let’s look at some suggestions before we get to the solution.
- First, check if the problem is with your Wi-Fi or Mac. Connect your WiFi to some devices to check WiFi speed. If other devices’ Wi-Fi is slow, your Mac isn’t a problem. It’s a network problem. As a result, you can contact your network provider and ask to fix the problem.
- The second step is to disable unnecessary devices that consume your internet connection.
- The last step is to disconnect your Mac from the unused USB drive.
Solution 1: Restart your Mac
Restart your Mac is the most effective technique to solve Mac related problems whether they are hardware or software related. So we can also try this method. Therefore,
- Go to the Apple logo in the top right corner of the elevator.
- Then select Restarting from the menu.
- Give your Mac a few minutes to reboot.
- After your Mac restarts, connect to Wi-Fi and check your internet speed.
Solution 2: Reset NVRAM
Many people on the forum mentioned that resetting the NVRAM worked for them. So let’s try this.
- Shut down your Mac first, then turn it back on.
- Then press and hold the Command+Option+P+R buttons simultaneously.
- Now your Mac NVRAM will be reset.
Solution 3: Create a new network location
This method works for many of them to fix their slow wifi problem. So just create a new network location with custom settings. To do that
- launch System Preferences on your Mac.
- Then select the Network option.
- Make sure your Wi-Fi is connected and then from the Place select Edit location in the drop-down menu.
- Then click on the plus icon to create a new location.
- Than give a name to the network and tap Done†
- Then tap the Advanced option below and tap TCPIP†
- Choose the Remove DHCP lease option.
- Then tap the Apply option, then select the DNS at the top of the screen.
- Now click on the Plus icon to add a new DNS server.
- Type 220.127.116.11 and click the Plus icon again to add 18.104.22.168 as a DNS server.
- When you’re done, tap the Okay knob.
- Then select the Hardware and change MTU like a Amended and type 1491 then click Okay† That’s it, guys.
Hope your internet is working fine now and helps to solve the slow wifi problem on Monterey. And if any of these solutions worked or if you knew of any other solution, drop me a line in the comments section below. Then keep supporting iPhonetpics.com. Thank you.