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Share Your Internet Connection Wirelessly, Without a Router

If you have more than one computer or a Wi-Fi phone at home, but no Wi-Fi router, you can still share your Internet connection wirelessly from the PC that's hooked to your modem. The gist is that the main PC broadcasts its Internet connection over its Wi-Fi card and thus acts like a router itself, allowing other devices to connect. For step-by-step instructions, click here for Windows Vista PCs, here for Windows XP, and here for Macs.

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