I’m thinking that I should take that old A-link computer out of the closet and fix it up. I remember Richard telling me in the summer that the computer probably didn’t work because of loose connections. I should check that out.
Once I fix it, I can use it as a file sharing, remote desktop, and print server. More importantly, I can delegate high memory tasks that don’t require my constant attention. I can even play Warcraft on it. One problem though is that I won’t be able to get Internet on that computer unless I move it downstairs or use a bridged connection. If I move it downstairs, I can’t play Warcraft, and if I use a bridged connection, I can’t get Internet computer if I’m not home. Maybe I can get a wireless stick. I don’t know how good network transfers are going to be on that though. I must do research.