Home Internet can be a hassle. It seems that right when you sit down with your bowl of popcorn to stream that movie you rented, the router goes down. Or maybe it takes ten minutes to load that video your cousin sent you of a cat playing the piano. Whatever it is, there always seems to be an issue with traditional broadband Internet. And that’s not even mentioning the price! Thankfully, there’s a new competitor in town that is looking to dethrone the monopoly that broadband Internet providers have on our web surfing needs. That competitor is called WiMAX. WiMAX is looking to revolutionize the way we know Internet, and there’s a chance that it’s already in your area. If you aren’t familiar with what WiMAX is, check out below to get the basics.
If you’ve encountered the error “the key or passphrase is incorrect” with your wireless connection after upgrading your Windows XP or Windows Vista to Windows 7, then you’re not alone. I’ve encountered this annoying error after upgrading my 64-bit Windows Vista Home Premium to 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium.
I recently replaced my Linksys WRT 310N Wireless router with the new Belkin N1 Vision Wireless Router, because of it’s super cool interactive display that shows how many computers are connected to the router, the maximum and current speed of my Internet Service Provider, the current upload and download speed that I’m using, and the total uploaded and downloaded data of each device that is connected to my router.