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Degunking Windows 7 by Joli Ballew

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Verify Your Network Is Secure

Your network likely has a router that you initially set up so you could share your Internet connection with other computers you own. For the most part, that’s the way it goes; you get a cable, DSL, or satellite modem, you connect a computer to it, and then, when you add a second, third, or fourth PC to the home or business, you add a router to share your single connection to the Internet with all of them. That router may be “wired” so that you have to plug each computer into it using an Ethernet cable, it may be wireless (no cables), or it may support both. You may have set up the router even when you had only one computer in the house, for security reasons. (You don’t really want to plug a PC directly into a cable ...

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