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Windows 7 Inside Out by Carl Siechert Ed Bott and Craig Stinson

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Chapter 18. Sharing and Managing Network Resources

Sharing Files, Digital Media, and Printers in a Homegroup 616

Sharing Resources with Older Windows Versions 627

Finding and Using Shared Resources on a Windows Network 646

Connecting to Another Computer with Remote Desktop 648

By sharing your computer's resources—such as its folders, printers, and media library—you let other people who use your computer and other people on your network use these resources. With Windows 7, using shared resources and sharing your own resources with other users—either locally or across the network—is simple and straightforward. Browsing a network folder is just like browsing a folder on your own hard disk. Sending a document to a network printer is just like printing ...

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