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Setup a Wireless Home Network

Setup a Wireless Home Network

Haven’t experienced the enormous benefits of a wireless home network yet? It might be time to! A home network will allow you to share an internet connection and printer as well as other files like documents, spreadsheets, movies and music between as many computers as you like. We will:

Setup a network between your computers
Setup a network between your computers

A wireless home network will be setup using basic and affordable hardware like a router and network card/s, all of which can be supplied by you or us.

Create network share locations
Create network share locations

Rather than having copies of shared files – ‘geek speak’ for something like a family Christmas letter that more than one person might want to work on – stored all over the place, we will create one central location for sharing and show everybody how to access it quickly and easily from any device on the network.

Enable shared printers and media devices
Enable shared printers and media devices

Your printer/s and other media devices (like an Apple TV) will be added to the network so that everyone in the home can access them from anywhere.

Connect other networkable devices
Connect other networkable devices

What’s also great is that many other devices are ‘networkable’ too meaning they can be added to your home network and then be accessed on other devices on that network. For example, you might want to add your smart TV and digital camera to the network so that holiday photos can be viewed on your big screen TV! We’ll help with this.

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