From Interlink Networks:
LucidLink WiFi Client is easy to use & solves problems Wi-Fi users face connecting to different WiFi networks. Automatically detects network security settings, alerts for incompatible settings and provides instructions for resolving them, ensuring that users establish connectivity. Detects and warns against suspected security problems. Supports networks secured with WEP, WPA-PSK, and open (unsecured) networks. Version 2.2 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
What's new in this version:
Version 2.2 has been re-released and available from the website
Before I Use This software, my wifi have low signal to connect my Access Point in my office, After Use this software, my wifi is verry good signal , Increase my AP range, Thanks for Lucidlink Wifi Client. My gaget Acer Aspire One AOA150, Win XP OS
Not Cons in my gadget
Try This software, you will be a good signal to find low signal Hotspot in your area and increase signal stength on your wifi
Quick download Straightforward installation No-nonsense prompts to configure Does EXACTLY what it claims
None so far...
I've been looking (for some time now) for something to replace Window's broken wireless connection manager (which didn't show ANY available connections even though I was no more that 3 feet from the router). By accident, I managed to find the LucidLink WiFi client. A few minutes for download/installation and - PRESTO! After a prompt for my WEP key, I was back online wirelessly. I tried MobileNetSwitch and NetSwitcher before coming to LucidLink. While these may be good products, they didn't solve my 'no wireless connection' problem. LucidLink did.
After downloading the installation file, it only took about a minute to complete the installation. Upon launch, the applet immediately identified the available wireless networks in range. After selecting my WEP-enabled connection I was prompted for the security key. After enter (and confirming) the key, I was connected wirelessly - without the need for additional Windows XP or LucidLink configuration.