Re: Notebook wireless question.
Well when you're using the laptop without the power supply in don't plug the charger in when the battery is still at 70% or something, wait until it completely drains (a little warning will pop up about ten minutes before that'll happen, so you'll have time to save all your work, it won't just shut down), then plug the charger. Batteries are weird things, and if you don't let the battery discharge completely before charging it after a while the battery-life will get shorter and shorter.
As for the wireless internet, yes you'll need a one router, and a wireless adapter for every computer you want to be wireless.
Just explain in the shop, I'm sure someone will assist you.
BTW, most laptops now come with a wireless card built-in, so you may not need an adapter, although you will need the router.
Sorry if it's confusing, but it's a confusing subject.
Sorry, but I live in England and it's 1:30am! I'm tired and I'm going to bed, but if you have another question I'm sure someone else will help.
bye - and welcome to computerforums!
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