Connect to a network in Windows® 7
The new Windows 7 makes use of all types of private networking, ranging from the kind of server less, peer to peer networks which is generally set in the home and is also referred to as a HomeGroup to the small scale local area networks and wide area networks in business.
The types of connections to private networks include the traditional Ethernet connection, with its network adapters and cabling, along with the latest and the most popular wireless connection which is commonly referred to as Wi-Fi (Wireless fidelity), with hotspots, which are the wireless network adapters and access points.
With such a large number of options available it may look like a recipe for networking disaster. The new Windows 7 is better at detecting existing private networks during installation and requires a little or no additional network setup.
If the computer with the new Windows 7 operating system connects to a network using a dialup, virtual private network, or a wireless connection, then you can use the Connect to a Network option in the Network and Sharing Center to either disconnect from a current connection.
Make a new connection by following the below mentioned steps:
STEP 1 : Go to start,
STEP 2 : Click on control panel,
STEP 3 : Select view network status
When you open Network and Sharing Center and click on Connect to a Network link, then Windows 7 opens a dialog box. Generally, the Windows operating system has the property to display all the networks to which a computer is connected or to which it can be connected.
For connecting your computer to a listed network, you have to select and click on the name of the network, which will be displayed on the screen and then you need to click on the Connect button, which will appear only when you click on the name of the network.
If the network asks you to enter a key, the operating system will prompt you to key in your network security key in the Connect to a Network dialog box which then appears, which assumes that your wireless connection need some kind of authentication. Also, if you don’t want the characters which you enter in the Security Key text box to be displayed, then you should select the Hide Characters check box.
After entering the security key successfully, click on OK. Finally, click on the Connect button to allow Windows 7 to use the key in establishing the connection.
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