Internet access and routers have become widely available, making it easier than ever to set up a wireless network (WLAN) in your home. A WLAN will enable you to share Internet access, files, printers, game consoles, and other devices among all your computers. To set up a wireless network, you will need an operating system that supports wireless networking, such as the Windows 7 operating system; a broadband (DSL or cable) Internet connection; a wireless router, a DSL modem or a cable modem with built-in wireless networking support; a computer with built-in wireless networking support or a wireless network adapter; and a copy of your router setup instructions. After you have everything you need, connect to the Internet. Next, connect your wireless router, and configure your wireless network name, known as the SSID; Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA or WPA2), which can help protect your wireless network; and your administrative password, which controls your wireless network. Then connect your computers, printers and other devices to the wireless network. You will be able to use the home wireless network to surf the web, play games or share files whether you are sitting in your living room or relaxing in your backyard. | Read More