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pwarbi wrote:I haven't heard the words dial up in years! Is there actually a provider that still offers this service, let alone anybody who would want to still use it?I'd be surprised too. At the time dial up was a miracle. A way to use the internet, this mystical creature. Now dial up is a pain and I wouldn't want to hear its name.
We used dial up right at the start and we thought it was fantastic, at the time I suppose it was but looking back and comparing it to what we're using today its like a totally different world.
KenBrace wrote:I have 6 computers at my house and two of them are connected via cable. The rest are using the wifi. Wireless is great but it still isn't as fast as a cable so it's best to connect this way when practical.It's honestly been so long since I've used a computer connected by a cable that I wasn't even aware that there was a difference speed-wise! Our router is actually in one of my family member's rooms though so even if I wanted to give it a try, it would not be an option for me in my current living situation. I wish I could try it though, since we've been having a lot of issues with our wifi lately. It'll randomly stop working and you have to restart the router in order to get it to work again. This can happen a few times a week and can be extremely frustrating but our service provider is never able to come up with a reason for it.
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