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  1. #1
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    Unhappy How to connect to Internet on Windows XP Home edition

    Hello, Can Any one help me out I'm Currently running Windows Xp om My home PC, and I have two user accounts my wife and me I would like to know how can my wife get connect to the internet using my account or if that possible? because when she log in on her account she is able to do anything except getting connected to the internet can any one show me how to do it? Thank you

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    Cable, DSL, or phone?

    I have experience with basically just cable modem right now with WindowsXP. There is no log on, you just run Internet Explorer and you are in. E-mail requires a user name and password, but I do not know how it would work with two user accounts. Likely you could set it up for both, but if you check for e-mail on one account, it will not show up on the other unles they do not keep them separate or Outlook has an option to share the e-mail between users.

    I did it the less confusing way. I just set up a new computer for everybody in my house. My Ex has her own at her appartment, I have one, and I have three others to split between the kids (my youndest has not figured out computers yet, but he is trying). They are 2, 4, and 6. I also use the computers for LAN parties.
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    Thanks for your information

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