Connect Windows XP Device to Dlink N300 Wireless WiFi Access
All the modern routers sport multiple bands which help in better connectivity and data travel. If you are on a router that you got when the internet was initially installed in your home, then it’s time to consider getting a new one for yourself. As the trend of Wi-Fi supporting devices is getting wider day by day, it’s the most beneficial time to get a premium router that can easily handle all the traffic you throw at it.
Dlink setup wizard is the portal from where you can easily set up the internet on any of your PC or laptop running Windows XP or higher. For a better perspective on how to complete the setup as older versions of Windows don’t provide many on-screen instructions, here is a step-by-step guide for your assistance.
- After connecting the ethernet port to your PC or Windows XP laptop, hit the Start button and go to Control Panel.
- Then find the icon for Network Connections, on the left side, you will find an option to Create a New Connection.
- A new dialog box will appear, click Next.
- Click on the very first option that says Connect to the Internet, hit Next.
- Select the option to manually set up the connection, and click on Next.
- Fill up the fields that appear on the screen and keep hitting Next.
- All done, hit Finish.
Your Windows XP PC is all set to access the internet and according to the capacity of your device, you will be able to use the internet bandwidth. For additional settings, you can go to the Internet Explorer and log in to Dlink setup wizard and do the set up according to your requirements. Though, if you are still using Windows XP, try to upgrade as soon as possible. The security is not that reliable now on the older versions.