How To create Wireless Hotspot in Windows 7 Laptop without Wireless Router
Learn How to create Wireless Hotspot in Windows 7 Laptop without Wireless Router
If you have Internet Connection in your home and using it with Windows 7 Laptop. At the same time you also want to use internet in other Wi-Fi enabled devices and you don’t have wireless router. Then don’t worry, this article will help your create wireless hotspot by using windows 7 laptop without wireless router. So, that you can use wi-fi enable device with the internet without spending big buck on wireless router.
After reading this article I will suggest you not to buy wi-fi router and not to spend unnecessary bucks.
Connectify is the only software which will turn your laptop or desktop into wi-fi hotspot connection. If you have internet connection via any of the media Broadband/Wimax/3G Dongle/Mobile Data. Then you can use the same network and share the same network with other wi-fi enable devices to use internet. All you have to do is follow the below simple steps to create wireless hotspot in Windows 7 laptop without wireless router.
Note: If you don’t want to install any software to create Wi-Fi Hotspot Connection. Then read this article How to create a wifi hotspot in windows 7 laptop without any software?
1) If you don’t have Wireless Router then simple install the Connectify Hotspot Software. This software will create the hotspot connection in your Windows 7 Laptop. (Warning: Please install Windows 7 Service Pack 1 before installing connectify software).
You can download Connectify Hotspot Software from the below url’s
==> Connectify Hotspot Software Download
2) Configure your hotspot name in wi-fi settings.( This will broadcast your wi-fi name)
|Configure your hotspot name in wi-fi settings|
3) Now click on Start Hotspot button.
|click on Start Hotspot button|
That’s it now your hotspot is ready to use. Now you can contact your existing wi-fi enable devices with internet.
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