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With everything being connected these days it only makes sense that even our homes and small offices will benefit from having our computers networked together so they can communicate with each other. Microsoft Windows is the most popular operating system in the world and is seen in most businesses as well as most homes. If you have multiple computers, whether they be deskt With everything being connected these days it only makes sense that even our homes and small offices will benefit from having our computers networked together so they can communicate with each other. Microsoft Windows is the most popular operating system in the world and is seen in most businesses as well as most homes. If you have multiple computers, whether they be desktops or laptops and want to be able to share files, folders and printers between them then its not a super difficult thing to do assuming you have some decent Windows skills.The goal of this book is to get you up and running in regards to setting up your home or small office Windows based network. This book covers setting up peer to peer networking with workgroups rather than client server networks using Windows domains which is a much more expensive and costly way to go and not really needed except for situations with many computers and users. The chapters in the book cover the following topics: Chapter 1 – Installing Windows Chapter 2 – Networking Basics Chapter 3 – Setting up Workgroups Chapter 4 – User Accounts Chapter 5 – Sharing Resources Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting About the Author James Bernstein has been working with various companies in the IT field since 2000, managing technologies such as SAN and NAS storage, VMware, backups, Windows Servers, Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, Networking, Microsoft Office, Exchange, and more.He has obtained certifications from Microsoft, VMware, CompTIA, ShoreTel, and SNIA, and continues to strive to learn new technologies to further his knowledge on a variety of subjects.He is also the founder of the website OnlineComputerTips.com, which offers its readers valuable information on topics such as Windows, networking, hardware, software, and troubleshooting. Jim writes much of the content himself and adds new content on a regular basis. The site was started in 2005 and is still going strong today.


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With everything being connected these days it only makes sense that even our homes and small offices will benefit from having our computers networked together so they can communicate with each other. Microsoft Windows is the most popular operating system in the world and is seen in most businesses as well as most homes. If you have multiple computers, whether they be deskt With everything being connected these days it only makes sense that even our homes and small offices will benefit from having our computers networked together so they can communicate with each other. Microsoft Windows is the most popular operating system in the world and is seen in most businesses as well as most homes. If you have multiple computers, whether they be desktops or laptops and want to be able to share files, folders and printers between them then its not a super difficult thing to do assuming you have some decent Windows skills.The goal of this book is to get you up and running in regards to setting up your home or small office Windows based network. This book covers setting up peer to peer networking with workgroups rather than client server networks using Windows domains which is a much more expensive and costly way to go and not really needed except for situations with many computers and users. The chapters in the book cover the following topics: Chapter 1 – Installing Windows Chapter 2 – Networking Basics Chapter 3 – Setting up Workgroups Chapter 4 – User Accounts Chapter 5 – Sharing Resources Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting About the Author James Bernstein has been working with various companies in the IT field since 2000, managing technologies such as SAN and NAS storage, VMware, backups, Windows Servers, Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, Networking, Microsoft Office, Exchange, and more.He has obtained certifications from Microsoft, VMware, CompTIA, ShoreTel, and SNIA, and continues to strive to learn new technologies to further his knowledge on a variety of subjects.He is also the founder of the website OnlineComputerTips.com, which offers its readers valuable information on topics such as Windows, networking, hardware, software, and troubleshooting. Jim writes much of the content himself and adds new content on a regular basis. The site was started in 2005 and is still going strong today.

32 review for Windows Home Networking Made Easy: Home and Small Office Connectivity (Computers Made Easy Book 8)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Karel Reijm

    Basic and good introduction to Windows networking for home and small business. Good idea to read on basic concepts of networking before approaching this book since this leads to more actual implementation of networking than theory. The content is grammatically well written and flows logically.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Green Books

    Great Book The book is well written and in a way that is easy to understand. The author also points out specific details and/or steps that other books don’t mention.

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