what happens when connected 2 networks same time?

  ZariahArt 11:11 07 Jun 15
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what happens when connected to two networks at same time,using two different wireless network

connections? and/or twoc different wireless network adapters? conflict? or does the stronger

connection take charge? or do they enhance one another? (example: i have a TP-link booster adapter,

which i can plug in via USB and connect, which shows up as a second 'wireless network connection' in

my Network Connections. Sometimes the first will pick up one wireless signal from nearby, but the

TP-link will pick up another,from a different router/network. can anyone explain in extreeeemely simple terms, to someone who is super bewildered by the concepts

of how internet connections work? I wish to know whether i should worry about disabling one if using

the other, and all that sort of configuring... much appreciated!

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