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Selecting an NIC
Unless you have computers with integrated network interfaces, you must purchase a network interface card (NIC) for every computer you will connect to your network. For a small Windows 98 network, choosing the right NIC for your computers is primarily a matter of hardware support, not operational features. The following tutorials examine the criteria you should use when evaluating NICs.