13. Connecting to Networks and the Internet
In This Chapter
• Finding the Hardware Needed to Connect to the Internet
Although Windows has plenty of cool and fun features, most of its power comes from the ability to work with other devices and connect us to the Internet. For example, your personal contacts are developed and maintained through social media, email, and messaging on the Internet. These contacts are the fuel that powers the sharing capabilities throughout Windows. And the information you work with every day is a combination of content you have stored on your computer merged with content Windows finds on the Internet. It’s fair to say that Windows has limited functionality without a connection to the ...