Now it makes sense. But, the warning message already says that there are “Overlapping Channels” present, so adding Non-Standard seems redundant, just adding confusion. The double-barrelled warning phrase then implies that there might actually be STANDARD, as opposed to the non-standard “Overlapping” channels.
Using the term “Standard channel” also implies that there is some “Standards committee”, or that the signal content is somehow not properly encoded, perhaps exceeding national signal level standards – which could definitely be a problem if a neighbour/hacker is shouting out his data to hit the ionosphere.
Needs some further consideration.
Perhaps calling channels 1, 6, and 11 “Ideal, or Optimum” frequency signal channels might be simpler and less confusing, since that is what you really mean.
I was thinking that it might be nice to have an option for INSSIDER to actually change modem/router channels (somehow), as they get crowded, for the user, especially as neighbours come home and start working or studying on their PC’s, etc. But, that could turn into a collision derby, as every PC did that.
The suggested option of moving to a different “ideal channel”, is fine if the house has only THE ONE MODEM, but what about the hassles of having to reconfigure the Router channel, and any Repeaters, etc. Too mind-boggling for me, especially as it is a hassle to reconfigure even twice a day, depending on neighbours “work shifts”.
Anyway, INSSIDER is an excellent tool, if you just need to initially or occasionally set up for the optimum reception, just once in a while. Besides, it is always good to know why the PC seems so slow, changing major traffic patterns from hour to hour, before blaming the ISP.
Keep up your excellent work !