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Networking with Windows 8/7 Home

Microsoft aims to make everyone who wants to set up a network use a Professional version of Windows 8/7 to do so. However, these versions are considerably more expensive than the more widely used versions targeted at home users. Thankfully, these Home versions of Windows are still fully capable of being connected to a network, to share files and devices. Windows Home already comes with all of the tools and options you need to create an optimally configured network. In this article, I’ll show you how to set up your own home network with minimal effort and without having to spend vast amounts of money upgrading to a Professional version of Windows.


Category: Issues, Networks
Issue: 2014 Issue 5 May/June
Operating Systems: 7, 8
Article Reference: N520

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