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Adding Wi-Fi Capability to My Desktop Computer with TP-LINK 300Mbps Mini Wireless N USB Adapter

I have been so used to my laptop and other mobile devices being able to connect to a Wi-Fi network without any add-on; and my computer before this, a desktop PC, connected to the Internet via a USB modem. I have not used a desktop PC for quite some time now. So, when I borrowed my brother’s computer, I overlooked this part; the Wi-Fi connectivity part. It was after plugging in the desktop that I realised I could not connect to my wireless modem.

Anyway, searching around, I found out that you’d need an adapter for that. So, I bought the TP-LINK 300Mbps Mini Wireless N USB Adapter [Model No TL-WN823N] after considering a few options.

The process from opening the package to getting it working was simple enough, straightforward and painless. The package came with the tiny adapter, documentations and a ‘Driver and Utility’ installation CD. You can install it online at but without Internet connection, which is the purpose of this adapter, I don’t see how; unless they are as…

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