Summary: I just installed the card a few minutes ago and the connection sped has doubled. I will only give it four stars for now until I check the reliability. this review is mostly about installation under Window 10 for those who are about to try it.. What I need to discuss is the Windows 10 install.
Summary: didn't use driver included on CD, I just installed the card and when the computer booted up windows automatically installed the driver and the card has been working perfect ever since. the computer the card is installed in is a self built gaming rig running windows 10.
Don't be surprise it dies shortly after the warranty
Mary Sue, Amazon
26 October 2015
Summary: This card while some users report it working flawlessly, I'm not one of those people, I couldn't even get a good signal with the router being only 3 feet away while being the only device on the network.
It worked great! I didn't install the software for it
19 October 2015
Summary: I ordered this just to see how well it would work to replace a slightly older model. It worked great! I didn't install the software for it, just the driver under Windows XP Pro and it works awesomely from one corner of the house to the next.
Summary: Installed in a Windows 8.1 64 system with absolutely zero issues. Windows quickly found the correct drivers, and I was running in under 2 minutes. I get great signal with no drops thus far. Great price, great product!
Summary: This installed really easy. The software that includes the utility was frustrating it kept stealing focus from other apps so I had to uninstall the utility on my windows 7. After uninstalling the utility everything worked flawless.
Good, cheap, functional wireless NIC for the web browsing computer.
31 August 2015
Summary: Plug & Play support for Linux Mint. Ethernet port was going flaky for a computer rooms away from the router and I went with this product to replace its job. Plugged it in and Linux Mint automatically configured it for operation.
Summary: This card works ok with Windows 7, but gives me lots of problems under Linux. Under Linux kernel 4.1.6 (Slackware) the card will associate with my WNR3500L Netgear router but will not connect.
Summary: Has only been running for a day but about as simple an install as you can imagine. Took about 5 minutes to put in a tower in a back bedroom to eliminate an ethernet cable snaking through the hallway. Windows 8.1 recognized and loaded drivers in moments.
Summary: Cheapest PCIe Wifi card I've been able to find. It works great out of the box with Windows; it's essentially plug-and-play. I haven't tried it on any other operating systems, so I can't speak for that.