Tips about WiFi use when you are in flight
Internet is now need around the world at any time, even when you're in the air. You may have to work when you're in an airplane. Now WiFi technology allows you to come true, and you can get the laptop to connect to a wireless network easier. But there are a few tips that we must follow. In this article, we'll talk about how to make sure that the flight will have Wi-Fi, how to make the most of that connectivity and how to save money.
The good news is that now we can check email and surf the Web while in the air, activities previously denied by the Federal Aviation Administration. The bad news is wireless available only part of the fleet of each airlines. For example, Wi-Fi is installed only on the United transcontinental "PS Service' aircraft between JFK in New York and Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The door to your plane just closed and you will be asked to turn off all wireless and electronic devices. This, of course, business as usual, on a commercial airline flight. But once in the air above 10,000 feet, these laptops, smartphones and tablets can connect to Web conversion that crowded cabin fever in a productive trip, none of the typical distractions of the office. If you absolutely, positively, depending on the availability of Wi-Fi is available on your flight plan in advance. Each airline has a special web page with information about their Internet services. Some even have a web form for entering the flight number to check the concrete.
Your bandwidth will be understood depends on where the aircraft, as well as the number of passengers associated with the flight. But there are a few ways you can optimize performance by adjusting your laptop, smartphone or tablet. Start by disabling auto-update Windows, Mac and systems. This also applies to any other applications in the background, ping Web on a periodic basis. The air connection to the Internet by its very nature, slower, but you can easily score a few more traction. Just install the secondary, faster browser such as Opera for laptops and Opera Mini for mobile phones and tablets. Opera has a built in feature called Turbo, which automatically detects a slow connection and controls the reception, respectively.