If your Hackintosh is taking 10-20 seconds to get past the "Loading Operating System" screen every time it boots, there's an easy solution to your problem: adjust your boot priority. Hackintoshes have to use AHCI mode for their BIOS, but AHCI mode wastes a lot of time searching for extra boot devices, like DVDs or USB drives. If you're just trying to boot from your Hackintosh's hard disk, setting the hard disk at the top boot priority can speed up your boot time noticeably.
If you want to connect your Hackintosh to the internet via WiFi, you'll have to install a wireless adapter (also known as a WiFi card). However, finding the right wireless adapter for your Hackintosh can be tricky, since Mac OS X only supports an extremely limited number of wireless chipsets. Instead, to save you a lot of time, we've compiled a short list of the most Hackintosh-compatible wireless adapters on the market.