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♦ A new build of "Easy Wi-Fi 1.0.0" with bug fixed is available now. So, it's recommended to download this new build and remove the previous one downloaded before 30-Oct-13.
♦ To get Portable version go to "Browse All Files".
♦ The new version "Easy Wi-Fi 2.0.0" will be available soon.
Easy Wi-Fi is a simple but powerful tool to make your Windows 8 PC into a Wi-Fi Hotspot easily and quickly. It can also connect your PC with different devices that have WLAN. It's also compatible with Windows 7/Vista.
Current Version: 1.0.0
Requirement: WLAN with updated driver.
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A fantastic software. Let us have WEP too
Just got an unsupported device...
I highly recommend the program and would like to thank the developer for their efforts. I downloaded the portable version of this program and found that it worked flawlessly on Windows 7 x64 unlike a number of similar programs that crashed on starting. I like the fact that the executable is self contained so you only need to copy the executable to the PC in order to run the program. The program doesn't require any services like some similar programs. Configuration of WiFi Hotspot was very straight forward. Configuration of Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) is very straight forward but it would be nice if the program could do this automatically like similar programs. Whilst the user interface is functional I would prefer a user interface like that which is used by similar programs. I personally like the user interface provided by Virtual Router. It would be nice if you could specify the WiFi channel as none of these types of programs seem to allow you to specify the WiFi channel. It would also be nice if the program was digitally signed, even if this meant the developer had to ask for donations to cover the cost of getting a code signing certificate.