In This Chapter
Reviewing network hardware
Choosing a wireless network
Setting the network type
Visiting the Network window
Assigning a shared folder to a drive letter
Working with shared folders
Even if it’s the only computer in the room, if the PC is connected to the Internet, it’s part of a network. That makes networking a basic part of owning a computer, like having a printer or a sore neck. Because networking can be vast, uncharted, dangerous ground on which to tread, you better bone up on some basics before you do something foolish.
Networking is about sharing. Specifically, a network ...