What is the difference bewtween Wi-Fi and Wireless Internet?

Answer Actually, they're two different things.WiFi means a wireless network. You could actually have a WiFi network and not have any internet connected to it. WiFi is a way of connecting your computers to... Read More »

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How can I increase my signal on my wireless internet router & wireless card?

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