In multiple ways, our computers have become an important part of day-to-day life, providing us all we need; from the link to anything we could ever imagine in the world, to the ability to do nearly any job. Computers have let us link to anything and anyone on the planet, sharing all sorts of information at an ever advancing rate, and with it, also lessening our attention spans to the point of nearly nothing, as our impatience grows in its place.
Because of this, our need for performance only gets stronger as time goes on, and with it, we're constantly searching for a means to speed up our computers and get to what we need to find in less time and on a more stable link. Sometimes, you have to go a little farther and increase your signal to receive a better, more powerful link to the world in the palm of your hand, but there is no substitute for a steady, safe link to stream all of the data you require for whatever it is you're trying to accomplish.
One way to receive a steadier connection is to simply forego a Wi-Fi connection and connect your internet straight through an Ethernet cable; not only providing you a stronger, grounded link to the source, but also getting the full potential of the signal, in place of sharing or splitting the connection. Allowing you to find just the right degree of connection for your network, taking into account the amount of computers that are connected to the same router, and how much data each of them can also handle on their own, you could achieve this with varying degrees of power as well, with Cisco compatible SFP modules available in a span of specifications.