Setting Up Adhoc Network Windows 7: FIXED

What is AdHoc Network ?

AdHoc is a Latin Word which means “For this ” AdHoc Network is a Special Type of Temporary Wireless Network Connection between Two Computers established for Specific Work or Purpose like For Sharing of Documents, Files etc.There is no Need of any External Storage Device for Transferring Files.Basically it is method by which Wireless Device can Communicate with Each Other within a Specific Range.Read Below Fore More Information on Setting Up Adhoc Network Windows 7

Benefits of AdHoc Network

  • No Need of External Storage Device for Transferring of Data
  • No Need of Physical wires or Cables for Connection
  • Works Even When Access Points or Routers Stop Functioning Properly
  • Minimum Cost and Equipment Required

Limitations of AdHoc Network

  • Offers Minimum Protection against Unwanted Incoming Signals and Thus making the Network Vulnerable for Threats
  • No Signal Strength Indications and thus Creating Difficulty For Positioning the AdHoc Network to a Better Place for Better Signal Strength
  • Very Low Bandwidth Maximum Allowable Bandwidth is 11 Mbps

Requirement For Setting Up Adhoc Network Windows 7

  • The Only Requirement For Setting Up an Adhoc Network is Having a Wireless Network Adapter or Router

Note – Laptops and New Motherboards are already Provided with built-in Wireless Network Adapter So there is no Need of Purchasing External Wireless Router

Setting Up Adhoc Network Windows 7

  • First of all Go to Control Panel and there Click On Network and Internet.After that Click on Network and Sharing Center.

Control Panel -> Network and Internet -> Network and Sharing Center

  • Next Select ‘Set Up a New Connection or Network’ as shown below in the imageSetting Up Adhoc Network Windows 7
  • Now Select ‘Set Up a Wireless AdHoc (Computer-to-toComputer) Network’ as shown below in the imageSetting Up Adhoc Network Windows 7
  • Now It will Ask you to Give Your Network a Name and Choose Security Options Where You can Provide a Name to Your Adhoc Network and Also Setup a Password for Your Network Using the Security Type Options as shown below in the imageSetting Up Adhoc Network Windows 7
  • Click Next and Your Adhoc Network will be Created
  • Now Go to the Client Computer and Open Network and Sharing Center and Select Connect to a Network and there You will See the Adhoc Network that You have Created and You can Now Connect to that Network
  • You are all done and You Have Successfully Installed Adhoc Network in Your Windows

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