Chapter 9. Setting Up Vista as a Digital Media Hub
In This Chapter
- Understanding Digital Media Hardware
- Connecting Your Digital Media Hub
- Sharing Your Media Player Library
- From Here
One of the main benefits of setting up a small network is that it frees at least some content from the shackles of whichever computer stores that content. For example, without a network, if you have a digital photo stored on a computer, the only way for another person to see that photo is to either pull up a chair beside the computer or to get a copy of the photo on a CD or memory card or via email. With a network, however, you have lots of ways to get others to see the photo:
- You can share the folder that stores the photo.
- You can move or copy the photo to a ...
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