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Understanding Vista’s New Network Connection Icons

Windows Vista’s network associated icons to exist in the system tray contain a fresh characteristic. It is that they give permission you be acquainted with if you are linked to the internet, otherwise only your local network. These latest icons are particularly helpful when you are linked to a wireless network.

After that, we see another thing, which is connected to Internet.

Witness the little globe, representing association to the internet. If we move our curser towards the icon, it will as well illustrate the popup window, which will inform you accurately what you have entrance to the connection. This will also tell you the type of connection as well.

After that, let us see one more; that is connected to Local network merely.
In this context, we must see that the globe icon is disappeared; representative that you cannot join the internet, other than you can attach to local computers.
Another sign is Not Connected.

This may contain various situations. Perhaps you should plug that chain back in.
It is also a fact that Windows Vista is certainly extra refined as compared to Windows XP.


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