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    i-mac g5 best way to connect to internet
    I recently brought an imac g5 with airport extreme card built in and was wondering what is the best way to get onto the internet.
    we have at present a computer running windows with a broadband modem.What is the best equipment to buy to suit my system?

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    Buy a router compatible with both Windows and OS X. Now a days most of the routers have built-in firewall, which gives you extra protection against attacks, especially for the Windows PC. Consider buying a router with both hard wired(100MBits/s) and wireless(only 54Mbits/s) capabilities. That way you have option to change from one to the other depending on speed demand.

    Airport express(fom Apple) is a nother possibility but in my opinion it is still expensive for what it offers.

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