In this article we are going to explain how to create a dial-up connection in Windows 8. A dial-up connection is a way to connect a computer with another device using a standard telephone line service. This type of connection is commonly used as a way for a personal computer to connect with the Internet in locations where high-speed Internet access is not available but Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) service is available.
The purpose of this article is to show creation of a dial-up networking connection that uses your modem or Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) adapter to connect your computer for internet access.
How to create a dial-up connection in Windows 8
Open the Control Panel and click on "Network and sharing center".
A new window will be appear; in this window click on "Set up a new connection or network".
A set up connection window will be appear; click on "Connect to the network" and then "Next".
In this step click on "Dial-Up" to create a dial-up connection.
In this step enter the user name, password and dial-up phone number and dial-up name and click on "Create". If the modem device is connected with your computer the "Connect" option will be shown instead of "Create".
If your modem is attached to your computer then it will take a few minutes to make the connection. When connected you will get a window that the connection to the internet is ready to be used. Now you are ready to use the dial-up connection.