You can change the order in which Windows 7 connects automatically to your wireless networks to ensure that you always connect first to the network you want.
It is not unusual to have multiple wireless networks configured on your computer. For example, you may have two or more wireless gateways in your home or office. Windows 7 also enables you to set up computer-to-computer wireless connections to share files or an Internet connection without going through a wireless access point. See "Create a Computer-to-Computer Wireless Network," earlier in this chapter.
By default, Windows 7 configures a wireless network with an automatic connection, so you get on the network as soon as Windows