As the Mac 911 columnist at Macworld, I’ve received hundreds of emails from people who have had Wi-Fi fail on their computers. In August 2016, I wrote a column that provided all the advice we had to troubleshoot the problem, which is sometimes caused by system software, sometimes by failed hardware, and sometimes by a bad connection.
If you’ve gone through all those stages or you want a second Wi-Fi connection on your Mac—useful for firewalls, relaying a Wi-Fi network, and other purposes—the Edimax AC1200 Dual Band Wi-Fi USB Adapter (model EW-7822ULC; $24.99 MSRP; available on Amazon) seems to be not only a good solution, but the only solution. Once, a variety of alternatives existed for the Mac, but there’s no simply not enough of a market for them, and Edimax continues to update driver and utility software, keeping it viable.
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