I'm not sure if this is the right section of the forum for this, but I couldn't think of anything better. I know this is a Mac forum, but it's still the best computer forum I know of, and I figured maybe somebody has an answer. Anyways, today I was just offered (and accepted) free, old, PC (Pentium II) that is now running Windows 98. I have various reasons for wanting this, but that's besides the point here. My first, and most important question, is about connecting to the internet. I have a linksys-usb wireless network adapter, that I tried to install so the PC could connect to my router downstairs, but I have discovered it is not compatible with 98. Due to my setup, I can't use a cable to connect the PC directly to the router. I can however, use a cable to connect the PC and my MacBook, which is only a couple of feet away. This may sound a bit far-fetched, but is there a way to access the internet through my Mac? The MacBook is wirelessly connected to the interet, but though maybe through an ethernet cable I could connect the PC. Another (but less important) question I have is concercning the display and colors. I'm using a fairly old HP display I have sitting around that ran XP for awhile, at a 1024x768 res. The Windows 98 PC is only outputting at 640x480, and at 16 bit color. I know this is not the maximum because some basic parts of the operating system's colors are all messed up because of this. There is a sticker on the computer saying it is designed for 98, so I know my specs are good enough. I understand if nobody knows the answers to either question, but I figured why not give it a shot here.