PuterGeek Strikes Again

Peter Crockett, the webmaster at PuterGeek, is at it again, and has produced another lively, useful resource page aimed at helping novice and intermediate users get up to speed on some of the arcana of computing. He writes:

Since you found my "ScanRegW" page to be helpful to your readers, I thought I’d tell you about my new webpage on PuterGeek.Com. It’s called "Home Networking Part Two".

http://www.putergeek.com/home_network_2/ 

This is a step-by-step guide that covers the parts needed, the pros and cons of using a hub, and a detailed description of how to set up the network protocols, sharing drives, as well as sharing printers. This page is rather large in size (lots of screen shots), but it caters to the novice user.

This web page is also available for download in PDF format from my download page: http://www.putergeek.com/downloads/ 

The page "Home Networking" http://www.putergeek.com/home_network/ simply discusses why people would want a home network, and how easy and inexpensive it is to set up.

Thanks, Peter. If you’re a novice yourself, or if you know a novice who could use some coaching, Peter’s site is definitely worth a click. 



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