| || Setting up a complete home network can be both extremely frustrating and exceedingly rewarding. Well-designed home networks give quick access to documents, storage, printing, and the Internet from anywhere in your house.|
Network Your Computers & Devices, Step by Step, by Ciprian Adrian Rusen, is a complete guide to setting up a Windows home network. It starts with installing routers and network components and goes on to cover user accounts; creating a network; sharing Windows libraries, files, and folders; and many other essential networking topics.
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