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Make sure your computer supports Wi-Fi. Most laptops have built-in wireless cards that allow you to connect to Wi-Fi
but many desktop computers dont come with these cards installed.If your desktop doesnt support Wi-Fi
youll need to install a wireless card first.. The Charms bar will pop out from the right side of the screen.On a mobile device running Windows 8
you can swipe in from the right side of the screen.Click the Wi-Fi icon. It resembles a series of ascending bars in the upper-left side of the Settings menu. Clicking this icon opens a list of currently available networks.Select a network. Click a network that you want to connect to. This will expand the networks name into a card with the networks information.. Its in the bottom-right corner of the network card. Doing so will open the network.If you want to connect to the network automatically whenever youre in range
check the "Connect automatically" box first.Type in the networks password. Do so in the "Enter the network security key" field.If the network youre trying to connect to isnt password-protected
skip this step.You may need to look up your password if you forgot it.. Its in the bottom-left side of the networks card.Select a sharing option. Click either No
dont turn on sharing or connect to devices or Yes
turn on sharing and connect to devices. Generally
youll select the No option for public or unprotected networks
while the Yes option is fine for work and home networks.Sharing your computer with other devices allows you to connect to things like printers
and other devices on your network.Test your connection. Open a web browser and go to a page (e.g.
Google or Facebook). If the connection is successful
you will be able to load the page.Fresh connections often take a few seconds to begin working.