AVM has released a new version of FritzOS that adds new functionality to the Fritzbox 7590. This includes, among other things, a priority setting function that gives home office users priority on the Internet.
Two weeks ago Fritzbox 7490 was updated by FritzOS 7.26, and now there is another update for Fritzbox 7590. With the new update of FritzOS 7.27, the current main AVM router has been expanded by a few smaller functions. There are also many fixes and improvements.
Prioritize home offices, smart home features, and detailed improvements
The central feature of the new release is that it prioritizes some devices so that other users do not slow them down when working from home. Additionally, there are some new functions regarding smart home devices from AVM as well as some revised user interfaces. Some changes, like prioritizing individual devices mentioned above, have already been made with version 7.26 Distributed to Fritzbox 7490.
In terms of enhancements, AVM is, among other things, with more stable WLAN and few issues with unencrypted wireless networks with update. Additionally, several bugs that could occur when using VPN connections or DECT phones for a long time, for example, have been fixed.
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The installation of FritzOS 7.27 can be initiated via the router’s web interface. Update available only for Fritzbox 7590; But users of other devices can also take the opportunity to check for updates to their router. Because if the automatic update function is not activated, do not install new versions of the OS, and therefore security patches.
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