Wireless devices can come in many shapes from Wii, XBox, phones, iPods, computers, tablets and Tivo’s just to name a few. Having an internet connections on these devices is becoming a necessary part of the services they offer. Installing a wireless router or access point will create that needed connection but can be a confusing process to get up-and-running. Even if you bravely install one on your own, modifying its internal settings to secure your own transmitted data can be even more confusing.
With so many choices as to which device is best for your needs can be overwhelming. What is the wireless speed and what can my devices achieve? Do you want a secure wireless channel from personal and another for guests? Do you need ports on the back of the router for hard-wired devices? How far do you need the wireless connections need to work?
Even if you already have a wireless device installed optimizing it can help secure your personal data and get the best performance out of it.
As you can see their are a lot of questions and many more depending on your needs.