How To Transfer Data Or Connect Two Laptops Using WIFI

Computer, Laptops and other gadgets becomes necessary part of everyone’s life. We can’t imagine today’s lifestyle without gadgets. Computers are used in every field including Banking, Business, Education, Entertainment, Marketing, Medical etc. Smartphones like android and iPhone are used for various purpose. But Laptop usage has get increased at the place of desktop because they are compact and portable. Laptops provide all computer facilities with addition of WiFi, sound, display, battery in a single unit. We can easily anywhere and easily do our work. Laptops are also used in professional work so we need to share data with our companions. As we can share data between two laptop devices with LAN cable easily.

Sometimes we are not in the state to access LAN cable  but we need to transfer large data and want to access other laptop. Even connecting device wirelessly is easy and we can do it whenever we want. As i ready explained about transfer data from android to laptop using Wifi. In the same way we can also connect two laptop through WiFi easily. We just need to make a small adhoc network to share files with others. Laptops has wireless cards so with the helps of laptops we can create an adhoc network without any wireless WiFi router. Even we can use our mobile hotspot to create wireless network between laptops. If you do not know how to configure a wireless network then this post is really for you. Here we are going to discuss about the creation of wireless network between two laptop.

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Steps To Connect Two Laptops Via WiFi

Step 1. Open the control panel and then click on Network and internet option. Then you see the network and sharing option. Open it.
Step 2. Now you see the Network and sharing Window with many options. You have to click on the setup a new connection.
Step 3. Now you see a choose connection option Dialog. In the dialog look for set up wireless and adhoc network.

Step 4. Now you can see the next window with Network name, security type and security key option.

Step 5. Now you have to give a name to your network and choose a security option. The default security option is WPA2-Personal which is stronger.

Step 6. You can also leave the security option with no authentication and WEP.

Step 7. Do not forget to tick the checkbox with save this network option. If you don’t tick the option then after disconnecting the network you have to configure the network again.
Now your wireless network is ready and shown with other networks. Click on your network to connect. After connecting you will see a message at right hand side of network name waiting for users.
Now you have to share data among Wireless Network.

Workgroup Sharing Settings

 If your Laptops have different OS then you use the Workgroup sharing option because this option can share data among similar and different OS.Step 1. First you need to check adhoc network you created, its network type should be Home or work.
Step 2. If not then open the network and sharing center then click on the name of network if it says home network then you do not need to change the network type otherwise you have to select home network.

Step 3. This setting allow you to share your data with other computers. Other thing you need to check is that all the computers are in the same workgroup.
Step 4. In Windows XP you can change Workgroup setting by right clicking on My Computer and select properties. Look for system properties and click on the Computer Name tab to change the settings.
Step 5. In Windows Vista and higher versions right click on computer and click on properties. You can change this settings in Computer name, Domain name and workgroup settings section.
Step 6. Last thing that we should apply to Windows 7 PC from which we want to access other computer is to open the Explorer and click on the Network option.

Step 7. After that you see a popup bar with Network discovery and file sharing are turn off. Network computers and devices are not visible. Turn on this settings to allow sharing of resources.

Follow the above steps to all the network computers to allow sharing with them.

Step 8. Now open the network and sharing center click on change advanced sharing option. Then tick the radio buttons shown in the images.

Although if you cant understand the process the watch this video:


So these are few steps to connect two laptops wirelessly using WiFi. By doing this you can easily transfer data from one laptop to another via WiFi. You just need to share that file or folder on network which we had created between laptops.

How To Fix ‘Unfortunately App Has Stopped’ Errors On Android

There is one problem that plagues beginner and advanced Android owners alike: the cursed Unfortunately, (fill in app name here) has stopped error message. It appears when you’re in the middle of using an app, and then forces that app to close. Annoying, right? Fortunately, there is a way to stop it. Here’s how to fix Unfortunately, app has stopped errors.

Clear out the app’s storage

This problem often arises with the contacts, gallery and launcher apps. The procedure to fix this is generally always the same.

  • First, navigate to Settings on your device.
  • Go to Applications > Application manager
  • Swipe left until you find the All tab.
  • Scroll down to the app that’s causing problems and tap on it.
  • Here you will find the Clear data and Clear cache options.

Clear cache is the option you should start with. It will get rid of saved data that allows apps to load a little quicker when you launch them. Clearing it means the app will open a little slower, but your main problem might well be solved.

Clear data will erase all the app’s data, including files, settings and accounts, so don’t use this unless you have to.

Uninstall and reinstall the app

If the app isn’t built-in, you can also try uninstalling it and then reinstalling it from the Google Play Store. Simply open the Play Store app, open the menu bar on the left hand side and tap on My apps. Find the app in question and hit Uninstall, which takes a few seconds. Atterwards, you can install it again.

Turn it off and on again

You can also try doing a soft reset, which simply means restarting your device. This is super simple and quite effective if your phone has been on for a long time. A soft reset will power cycle your phone, turning it off and then back on again.

It’s a good idea to turn your phone off every few days for a few minutes – this will help a sluggish phone with a variety of issues, whether they’re related to the app, network, audio or email.

Last resort: do a factory reset

When the above solutions have failed, you can resort to factory reseting your phone. When doing a factory reset, ensure that you have backed up all of your data beforehand. I repeat: back up all of your data first. A factory reset will wipe your device and set it back to factory defaults, taking everything, including any bugs, with it. You can restore your apps and data afterwards easily, as long as you’ve made a backup.