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Wireless or Broadband? Dock It, and You May Be Wireless

This is the second in a continuing series of occasional posts about the hardware and software we use at WLF.

I'm writing this post from a tablet computer. In its dock, with a wireless keyboard.

But now, I know what I almost want for Christmas. This keyboard, but with the split, ergonomic configuration. Apparently not made yet.

On the tablet, I've learned that when it's in its dock, I need to disable the wireless connection. Apparently, a computer that has both a wireless and a hard-wired connection to the internet doesn't automatically default to the faster, hard-wired broadband connection.

A really, really dumb design flaw.

So, when I'm docked, I rely on the broadband connection. When the tablet's out of the dock, I have to reconfigure the wireless connection.

Anybody got a batch file?

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