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Now that Wi-Fi wireless networks have gotten dirt cheap, they’re powerfully tempting for practically anyone, anywhere, with more than one computer. If only wireless was easier to choose, configure, and secure. The Wireless All-in-One Desk Reference for Dummies takes care of all that, and more. It’s your single source for plain-English help with choosing and setting up equipment, troubleshooting problems, hiding your wireless network from the world, using Windows XP’s wireless features, and a whole lot more.
A “whole lot more” includes everything from connecting your home entertainment system to finding public Wi-Fi hotspots to setting up secure VPN connections. This book even covers other wireless technologies -- from cellphones to GPS, TiVo home media to satellite radio. When we said “single source,” we meant it. Bill Camarda, from the May 2005 Read Only