Turn Your Windows PC Into a Wireless Hotspot
Everybody’s got a wireless network at home, but if you’ve ever wanted to get your iPod touch, iPhone, or other wireless device connected, but all you’ve got is a wired network at work, school, or elsewhere – Windows 7 makes this process trivial.
Below you can read step-by-step tutorial. It is really simple and anyone can do it. Many thanks to Lifehacker for revealing this!
Before we begin, you should make sure that you’ve got a laptop or desktop with a wireless card that isn’t currently connected—if your laptop is connected to the wired network, your wireless card should be free, and we can use it to allow access to the internet. Note that you have to be plugged into a wired connection in order to share the connection wirelessly with others, or have a second wireless card. Readers should also note that this won’t work on (some) work networks that use group policies to enforce TPS report cover sheet boredom and prevent you from having any fun at all.
Read more at: Lifehacker.com
Have you been able to successfully get your wireless device connected to your PC? Tell us about your experience in the comments.