Question about Computers & Internet
I'm told that I can access net zero anywhere I go but that's not true.
You have to own a net zero to access it.Yet any computer is Wi-Fi and can be set to access any Wi-Fi as long as you're close enough to do so.Walls make it a bit harder to access Wi-Fi or boosters.Get your computer set up for Wi-Fi accessability and you can get internet at McDonalds.Or coffee shops like StarBucks.
Posted on Apr 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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