How To: Connect to a wireless network in Windows Vista

Connect to a wireless network in Windows Vista

Wireless networks are really the only way to go these days. With WiFi you can access the world wide web from almost anywhere, at anytime, and not have to worry about annoying wires or cords. In this tutorial, learn how to set up a wireless connection in a Windows Vista based machine.
This will only take about two minutes and by setting up WiFi you will be able to free yourself of some of the clutter that comes along with cords. You will also then be able to take your laptop to coffee shops and parks and anywhere else that is WiFi enabled. So, why stay cooped up indoors all summer? Why not set up your Wireless Internet and start soaking up the rays while still getting some work done? Sounds like a plan to me!

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