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Definitely not Plug and Play on a Mac and no clear instructions are given.
Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2017
This was definitely not plug and play on a MacBook Air. Luckily I'm a bit of a computer geek so I managed to figure out the set up with half an hour of tinkering. But let me first start off and say my MacBook is a bit old (like a few years), so I definitely needed to manually install the driver. Sadly, even after installing the driver, you do need to configure it yourself and TP-Link didn't give clear enough instructions.
So if you are like me on a Mac, install the drivers over WiFi first (DON'T LEAVE YOUR HOME WITHOUT INSTALLING IT OR IT WON'T WORK!). Then once your computer is booted, make sure you have the dongle plugged in along with your Ethernet connection or else it won't work! Then click on your WiFi at the top and open up network preferences. Here is pretty much where TP-Link didn't give instructions on. You need to go to the bottom of the list and click the "+" sign to add. After that find the dongle on the list and add it in. The rest you need to configure to what suits your own network. Your computer should connect after that.
I am taking 2 stars off because TP-Link failed to give clear enough instructions and it was not Plug and Play.