A wireless network is one that enables the connection of two or more computers together without cables involved. Here's a tip to configuring a wireless network. Such networks offer us great advantages for households and businesses, since there is no need to install cables. Wi-Fi, was available under the IEEE 802.11 standard, it has been updates, which work at diverse speeds. The Wireless Local Area Networks permit highly mobile users, allowing them to minimize wiring, using radio frequency technology.
The reduction in wiring, which results in easy installation, reducing time.
The radio frequencies used for communication, allows us to connect areas to which we can not reach using cabling, either by cost or location.
It allows real time transmission to users. This allows great opportunities for service and productivity.
Step 1: task bar
We start looking for the network icon, located on the taskbar, there we know whether the machine has the power disconnected or not installed.
Step2: network search
When you find the icon, we right click on it and then we will get a text menu with several options, of which we select View Available Wireless Networks".
Step 3: Select Network
In the window of wireless networking, we must select the "choose a wireless network." Then select the "Refresh network list" with this we can see the wireless networks to which we reach.
Step4: available networks
After performing the third step, the window like the following image that indicates you are searching for available networks on your computer. To be able to perform the following steps. You might take a little while, but do not worry at this window you will see the result.