... Imagine the following: You're on a trip with your iBook, PowerBook or MacBook Pro and you want to check emails or do something in the internet. So you're searching for a wireless access point. To do this the "normal" way you have to check the Apple airport-menu continuously to see if a network is in your range.
This normal way is very bad because of two facts:
- You will miss many networks, because you don't want to open and close the airport-menu all the time
- In the airport-menu you don't see if the network is encrypted or open - you have to try to connect to verify this
coconutWiFi displays a
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Mac OS X 10.4.5 or later