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Windows XP in a Nutshell by Troy Mott, Tim O'Reilly, David A. Karp

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My Network Places

Synopsis

The My Network Places folder is the starting point for browsing the shared resources of other computers on your local network. The My Network Places replaces the Network Neighborhood found in earlier versions of Windows. See also Network Connections and Windows Explorer. Right-click on the My Network Places icon and select Properties to view the Network Connections window.

My Network Places icon, change

Control Panel Display Desktop tab Customize Desktop General tab select icon Change Icon

My Network Places icon, show on Desktop

Control Panel Display Desktop tab Customize Desktop General tab My Network Places

My Network Places, show in Start menu (XP Start menu only)

Control Panel Taskbar and Start Menu Start Menu tab Customize Advanced tab “Start menu items” section My Network Places

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