My computer is online via a WiFi router. Do I need to worry lightning damage if it's raining outside
This is about the computer on WiFi. Not about the power supply.
You need a power strip with a built in surge protector to plug into the wall with enough receptacles that you can plug all computer accessories into.
No, I am pretty sure it can't travel through, Wi-Fi. (anythings possible though i guess...)
here is an entire site dedicated to lightning
No lightning would not be able to affect your computer through WiFi, although the lightning could possibly damage your WiFi router and therefore you may lose wireless connection. That's about the worst that can happen as long as everything else is plugged in a surge protector.
It can be damaged via a power surge. Just be sure you have a good surge protector.
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