Re: Wi Fi
In message <544CD9A0-84BA-4936-8386-9135D3DE69A9@microsoft.com> "Connie"
<email@example.com> was claimed to have wrote:
>I have a laptop and would like to be able to use it at Starbucks or Panera
>Bread. I don't understand how it works. Is there a charge and more
>importantly, how do I connect? Will all laptops connect or do I need a
>particular software? At home I use a router from my desktop.
How you connect varies, but it generally starts by clicking on an icon
on the tray and selecting a wireless network.
Whether there is a charge or not will depend on the owner of the access
Any modern laptop will have a wireless network interface (wifi, with
802.11g probably being the most common, 802.11n being the up and coming