You Have Too Many Devices Connected
Nowadays, everything at home uses your Wi-Fi, which is perfect for building your own smart home. With that said, that might make your internet connection run slower than normal.
There are many things you can do to fix this issue. First, you can try changing your Wi-Fi password. That way, all devices that are connected to your router will be disconnected automatically. Plus, if someone else is using your Wi-Fi—say, a nosy neighbor—they’ll be disconnected too.
You can also create a “Quality of Service” setting on your router. This will prioritize apps and devices over other devices that don’t need as much bandwidth.
If you have a fairly new router, you can try to use different frequency bands. You can switch between the older 2.4 GHz and even the newer 5GHz frequency, which is what most routers support. That way, your devices will have “more room” to stay connected without slowing your connection.