is that PC processor speed and RAM will affect speed. Yes, the connection will support a gazillion B/s. But if the PC cannot process the data at that speed, what you get is what you get.
What are the specs on the PCs? I have also found that mixing vendors on network equipment will have a detrimental effect on performance.
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We have a PC using a D-link router to the cable modem, Netgear wireless router and several laptops running various wireless adapters. The bandwidth speed hovers around 3400 on the PC but when I check through a laptop (and performance proves this), it drops to 1500. Would getting a new wireless router (Belkin Pre-N) help here? What is the rate limiting step? The PC is mine and I want everyone else to use their own laptops but the slow loading of pages, etc, brings them right back to my desk!