These days, most of us are familiar with Wi-Fi and online networks that allow for easy file sharing. Online drives like Google Drive, One Drive, iCloud, etc., have made it much more accessible for everyday users to share files without the hassle of emailing and downloading large attachments.
Because we rely so heavily on Wi-Fi connections, what happens if you want to share files between two computers without the internet? Is that even possible? Yes! It is possible, and it’s actually not as difficult as you might think – it’s basically how things worked and still operate at places like schools (just a much larger scale).
In a perfect world, we would always have access to the internet and would always be able to access, view, and exchange files and data, but as we all know, this just simply is not always the case. If you are without a wireless connection for whatever reason, just know that you have a few other options that allow for two computers to connect. We will be discussing how to connect two computers wirelessly using a couple of different methods.