Summary: I'm running Linux Debian Jessie operating system on a Desktop PC. I plugged card into a pci slot but system didn't register that it was even there. I ran sysinfo, and discover but the card was not seen in any of those.
Summary: Do NOT use these with Windows 8 or 8.1. They aren't compatible. You'll get random freezing and locking up particularly when streaming. Sometimes freezes shutting the system down. It can go hours normally and then freeze or freeze every few minutes. TP-Link doesn't have updated drivers either.
No good for Windows 8.1, fine in an openSuse Linux system.
27 May 2015
Summary: Worthless in Windows 8.1 system. No more TP-Link hardware for Windows going forward. Windows 8.1 x86 locks up hard when driver loads. System unusable afterwards. Not good. The manufacturer seems uninterested in any sort of Windows support for Windows 8.1.
Summary: Short answer: I would recommend spending the extra $20 for a better model if you're looking for a long-term internet connection solution. First, it works with Windows 8.1, contrary to many reviews.
Summary: I'm running Windows Vista 32-bit and the install was very easy. Installed the adapter card using the quick setup guide and loaded the drivers only. My PC is upstairs on the 2nd floor and my wireless router is located in the basement two floors down.
1Pro and it works pretty well but there are only 3-4 bars and the ...
David J. Gordon, Amazon
25 April 2015
Summary: TL-WN751ND - I installed this adapter with windows 8.1Pro and it works pretty well but there are only 3-4 bars and the two other computers in the same room have 5 bars. I called TP-Link support regarding purchase of a stronger antenna and they told me that this adapter is not supported by windows...
Summary: I ordered two of these handy little cards and it was a 50/50 shot I guess. One worked one didn't. The one that did was in a Asus gaming rig and it worked right out if the box. It is running windows 10. The other machine is an evga mobo.
Summary: For most people I don't think it's worth buying a WiFi card with any higher speeds as this one is very speedy. Now I still am stuck with DSL so with pretty much any device I use, including my Nexus 7 or One M8, I have to sit around waiting for a couple seconds for my webpage to load, but with this...