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Wireless B and Wireless G differences
"Eddie" wrote in message
Wireless G is faster right, but that's just when communicating between
computers in your building and makes no difference to broadband speeds?
wireless B you'll still 10 times faster internet yeah? TIA.
'wireless b' is loads faster than a cable or ADSL line, there would be no
improvement on the internet by moving up to 'wireless g'
You would however see an improvement if you are doing other network related
things (ie file transfer) at the same time as the internet
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