In a world of mobile technology and wi-fi networks, does anyone still use their ethernet port? The answer to that is actually rather positive, especially in cases where the network equipment is easily attached to separate computers. In fact, many businesses still use ethernet connections in order to provide faster Internet access vs that of wireless networks.
In this guide, we'll look at this strange thing called an ethernet port - the look and design of it (it closely resembles that of a phone connection, but bigger), the differences in standards and cables, and what to do if you discover that your PC doesn't have one.
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