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WLAN Networking with Windows

Hardly any household is without a WLAN these days. In addition to laptop computers, smartphones and tablet PCs also need wireless Internet to stay online. Unlike cabled devices, you can use your wireless devices anywhere in the house. And it is undoubtedly much easier to work from the lounge or the patio outside. Many Internet providers will supply you with a WLAN router when they signyou up for an account but, out of the box, this device will not be very secure, or tuned for your particular needs. In this article, you will find out how to set up your own personal WLAN for maximum security and how to configure Windows accordingly.

Category: Internet & Security, Issues
Issue: 2015 Issue 9 September
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7, 8
Article Reference: W701



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