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Windows 7 Plain & Simple by Jerry Joyce and Marianne Moon

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Chapter 13. Networking

In this section:

  • Joining and Accessing a Homegroup

  • Understanding Networks in Windows 7

  • Allowing Your Files to Be Shared

  • Viewing Your Network

  • Connecting to a Network Computer

  • Creating a Connection to a Network Folder

  • Transferring Files

  • Connecting to a Network over the Internet or over a Phone

  • Connecting to a Public Wireless Network

  • Managing Your Network Connections

  • Connecting Without a Network

Networking, once a requirement only in large corporations, is now almost a necessity in a multi-computer household, home office, or small business. If your home network has computers running Windows 7, sharing libraries and printers is as simple as joining your homegroup. Even with a mix of operating systems on your network, you can access files ...

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