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    Losing WIFI
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    OSX Daily is not an app, it's a website. And if this: How to Troubleshoot & Fix MacOS Mojave Wi-Fi Issues is what you think is what said apps are losing WiFI, it doesn't say that anywhere. What it does give are the usual troubleshooting suggestions for WiFi issues, regardless of macOS version.

    It helps to use the correct terminology when trying to describe your problem. Avoids confusion.
    Jake

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    This is a transcript of the email I received from OSX Daily.How to troubleshoot & fix MacOS Mojave wi-fi issues. Have you been experienceing wi-fi problems since installing MacOS Mojave 10.14 on a Mac?.While MacOS Mojave works great for most Mac users with compatible Macs(and even for many Macs that are unofficially able to run Mojave),a small number of MacOS Mojave users have discovered that wireless networking is having difficulties for them.Typically the Mojave wi-fi issues are that the connection has either failed ,drops frequently won't reliably connect to wi-fi, is unable to connect at all .or even that general wi-fi performance is suffering, and the symptoms appear to have arrived only after updating to MacOS Mojave.This troubleshooting guide Will iam to troubleshoot and resolve wi-fi problems and issues with MacOS Mojave.
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    Losing WIFI
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    That's not an email, it is a direct quote from the opening paragraph of the link I posted. I think you are either misinterpreting what is going on, or you are trolling. Either way, I'm done here. Good luck with it.
    Jake

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    That's not an email, it is a direct quote from the opening paragraph of the link I posted.

    It certainly seems as if the OP has a bit of misunderstanding and confusion as to how computer things work and their terminology, and they may have even used the OSXdaily link I had posted and thought it was an email somehow.

    Regardless, i wonder if they tried any of the suggestions and if the problem has been solved????





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    It is not a quote it is from an email I get daily from OSX

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayben View Post
    It is not a quote it is from an email I get daily from OSX

    OK, Was there anything in what they said that you were able to use to fix your problem, and have you actually fixed your problem???





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    Quote Originally Posted by rayben View Post
    It is not a quote it is from an email I get daily from OSX
    You’re quite correct.

    Many of us are subscribers to OS X Daily and, yes, we get an email which contains a link to their website where you can read the content outlined in the email.

    So I understand your confusion, but what you are reading and quoting is from their website. It is not an app and the email is a pointer to that website.

    Subscribers to Macworld or to How to Geek or, indeed, to Mac Forums, get an email referring us to a website.

    Hope that helps to clarify.

    Ian
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