Although I am not a ‘techie’ or a ‘computer geek‘ I have been working with computers since the early 1990’s and have lots of experience getting them to do what I want. I have worked with both Windows and Mac computers , as well as dabbled with Linux. I hope to avoid any overt bias to one OS or another but as I use a Mac as my main computer and Windows is the dominant OS on most folks desktops (UNIX is not common in most homes and SME’s), these two will feature more than Linux in my posts.
I will try to avoid any tendency to say Macs are better than Windows computers, even though I truly believe that on the whole they are (the computers as much as the OS). There, I have said it! I promise not to let it stop me pointing out where Macs are deficient or where Windows gets it right. However, as we will be concentrating on wireless networking in this blog, the actual OS is mostly irrelevant. Its will be more about protocols, practical things you can do to improve your wireless network’s performance and issues such as security etc.
Please do leave comments and any links you have found useful. I am only one person and its impossible for me to know everything.
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