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Windows 10 In Depth by Paul McFedries, Brian Knittel

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18. Creating a Windows Network

Creating or Joining a Network

If you have two or more computers in your home or office, for about the cost of a trip to the movies, you can set up a network that will let everyone trade music, videos, and documents, use the same printer and Internet connection, and back up files, almost effortlessly. It’s not as hard or expensive as you might think. After you’ve done the planning and shopping, you should be able to get a network up and running in an hour or two.

This chapter should give you all the information you need. Then check out Chapter 19, “Connecting Your Network to the Internet,” and if you have computers with older versions of Windows or other operating systems, Chapter 20, “Networking with Other Operating ...

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