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Anywhere Computing with Laptops: Making Mobile Easier by Harold Davis

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Working with the Control Panel

“All roads lead to Rome,” as they used to say, and in Windows XP, there are many ways to get to the wizards and dialogs that are used to set networking and wireless connectivity options. So don't get confused just because there is more than one way to access these dialogs. It's okay whichever way you get to them. In this chapter, I ll show you how to always navigate to these dialogs–but don't worry if you open them another way on your particular Centrino laptop.

Depending on your mobile computer, it's quite likely that you can open these dialogs by double-clicking an icon on the Windows XP task tray that stands for your wireless connection. The appearance of this icon will vary depending on the make of your computer. ...

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