Create an /apps folder on the root of your SD card (e.g. Copy the homebrew_browser folder to the /apps folder on your SD card.Ensure that the little write lock switch on your SD card is off. Alternatively, if you load using (included with the Homebrew Channel), and possibly other similar methods, Homebrew Browser will offer to download and install the latest version of itself to your SD card automatically.1: If you have a Windows XP/Vista/7 pc, click the windows icon in the bottom left corner (the Start Button icon).2: Type cmd into the search bar at the bottom and a black window will come up.It can launch or install homebrew applications from an SD or SDHC card or via TCP/USB Gecko using Wiiload.
This information can be used to manually configure your internet settings on the Wii U.
Note: This is assuming you opted out of connecting to the internet when you first booted up your brand new Wii U.
Also, bear in mind that the Wii U only supports wifi, so you cannot connect using ethernet.
The DVD method requires a drivechip and won't work with the 3.3 firmware update or newer.
DVD images for the more recent versions are currently unavailable, though you can install beta8 and then update.
The Homebrew Browser is a homebrew application made by teknecal that allows you to download homebrew applications through your Wii without the need of downloading through a computer and extracting them to your SD card. You can see the most popular applications downloaded through Homebrew Browser here.