Hi all, i have an iMac placed on a corner desk in my Home Office and the back of the iMac faces a corner brick wall. The Wi-Fi connection to the computer is very intermittent and I have regular drop-outs. Would the positioning of the computer disrupt any incoming internet signals? Furthermore, the computer is in a corner of the house, far away from the router. It is in a corner, in the room furthest from the router. I have a UK TalkTalk 38mbps connection that, when you get close to the router, works a treat. I have contacted both Apple and TalkTalk and completed all of their troubleshooting tips and they recommend moving closer to the router. This is not possible, the only movement possible would be moving the computer closer to the entrance of the Home Office, from which it is also far away from. Sometimes it works as if it is 1 foot away from the router, other times it will not connect at all. Checked with local Apple Store, all hardware is in perfect condition and working order and all internet settings in System Preferences are correct. Any tips that would be given would be gratefully received. Many thanks.