Slow Wi-Fi issue on macOS Monterey (Solved)

Slow wi-fi issue macOS Monterey

One of my buddies recently upgraded to macOS Monterey. However, their Mac’s Wi-Fi speed has become extremely poor since the update. Finally, we found and applied a few solutions to this problem. It significantly improves the speed of our internet. I think you have the same problem with your Mac as well. As a result, I’ll give those solutions to you here. So, to get rid of this slow Wi-Fi issue in Monterey, check out all the solutions below.

You can also check How to Stop Auto-Joining a WiFi Network on Mac.


Let’s look at some suggestions before we get to the solution.

  • First, verify whether the issue is with your Wi-Fi or Mac. Connect your Wi-Fi to a number of devices to check the Wi-Fi speed. If other devices’ Wi-Fi is slow, there isn’t a problem with your Mac. It’s a problem with the network. As a result, you can contact your Network Provider and request that they resolve the problem.
  • The second step is to turn off any unnecessary devices that are consuming your internet connection.
  • The last step is to disconnect your Mac from the unused USB drive.

Solution 1: Restart your Mac 

Restarting your Mac is the most effective technique to resolve any Mac-related issues, whether they are hardware or software-related. So we can also try this method. For that,

  • Go to the Apple Logo in the top right corner of the lift.
  • Then select Restart from the menu.
  • Allow a few minutes for your Mac to restart.
  • After your Mac has been rebooted, connect to Wi-Fi and verify your internet speed.

Solution 2: Reset NVRAM 


Many people’s in the forum told that resetting the NVRAM worked for them. So let’s try this.

  • Shut down your Mac first, then turn it back on.
  • Then press and hold the Command+Option+P+R buttons at the same time.
  • Now your Mac’s NVRAM will be reset.

Solution 3: Create New Network Location 

This method works for many of them to fix their Wi-Fi slow issue. So just create a New Network Location with custom settings. To do that

  • Launch System Preferences on your Mac.
  • Then select the Network option.
  • Make sure that your Wi-Fi is connected, then from the Location select Edit Location in the drop-down menu.
  • Next, click the plus icon to create a new location.
  • Then give a name to the network and tap on Done.
  • Next, tap on the Advanced option below, and tap on TCPIP.
  • Here, choose the Remove DHCP Lease option.
  • Then tap the Apply option, after that select the DNS at the top of the screen.
  • Now click the Plus icon to add a new DNS server.
  • Type and again click Plus icon to add as a DNS server.
  • Once you complete tap on the OK button.
  • After that select, the Hardware and change MTU as a Custom and type 1491 then click OK. That’s it, guys.

I hope now your internet is working fine and helps to fix the slow Wi-Fi issue on Monterey. And if any of these solutions worked or did you know any other solution then pink me in the comments section below. Then keep supporting Thank You.

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