Windows 10: Network connection speeds materially different between Surface Pro and Mobile vs. Mobile Only

Discus and support Network connection speeds materially different between Surface Pro and Mobile vs. Mobile Only in Windows 10 Network and Sharing to solve the problem; I am experiencing poor internet connection speeds while tethered (wifi) to my iPhone. www.speedtest.net on Surface Pro 6 shows sub 1mb download /... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Network and Sharing' started by aselikjuhsdalkudgavflkj, Jun 25, 2019.

  1. Network connection speeds materially different between Surface Pro and Mobile vs. Mobile Only


    I am experiencing poor internet connection speeds while tethered (wifi) to my iPhone. www.speedtest.net on Surface Pro 6 shows sub 1mb download / upload speeds, while www.speedtest.net on mobile shows near 100mb download / 12mb upload speeds.

    Circumstances:

    • Surface Pro 6 (Up to date excl May feature release) - and iPhone 8 IOS 12.3.1
    • Current service provider is reporting that I am within data limits of my plan

    How do I improve the internet speed on my Surface Pro 6?

    :)
     
    aselikjuhsdalkudgavflkj, Jun 25, 2019
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    • For issues connecting to Wi-Fi networks, select Connectivity > My phone has problems connecting to Wi-Fi networks, then follow the suggested steps provided.

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    Nath Bea, Jun 25, 2019
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  4. Network connection speeds materially different between Surface Pro and Mobile vs. Mobile Only

    Windows Mobile Device Center error

    Sync center will provide the synchronization required. You will need to reconfigure the sync. Follow these steps:

    1. Windows key + X > Control Panel > Sync Center
    2. Select Sync step
    3. Connect your device via USB

    Nice pic of Windows Mobile 6.5 devices. I still own a HTC HD2 and its still my favorite Windows Mobile 6.5 device Network connection speeds materially different between Surface Pro and Mobile vs. Mobile Only :)
     
    Anthony Bartolo, Jun 25, 2019
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