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Thread: Software for locking onto wifi hotspots.

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    Software for locking onto wifi hotspots.

    Whats some good software for locking onto access points? There has gotta be better software than the linksys software that came with my wifi card. What do most of you guys use?

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    Does this auto connect? I cant seem to make it do that...
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    Winc...is that the complete name? I have been using WinXP built in wifi console. but it wont connect to my home network ... for watever reason....
    i think my wireless router sux but thats another story....
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    So when you're driving around, it auomaticly detects the wireless networks, and automaticly tries to connects to them?

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    yep.

    From the website Winc automatically detects and connects to WiFi networks and stores personalized profiles so that users can automatically connect to their favorite networks without having to reconfigure their settings each time
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    Quote Originally Posted by meddler
    Winc is the complete name. link
    Does anyone have a different link? I go to the site and click add to cart, but it doesn't add anything.

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    Doesn't support WPA though, not a big deal while driving around..... but would have to use something different at home.
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