Articles tagged: Networking

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Increasing the Odds That Windows Network Sharing Will Work

Networking is… tricky. Here’s a process that works fairly reliably for me.

Rename PC

Tip of the Day: Change Your Machine’s Name

Workgroup setting.

Tip of the Day: Change Your Computer’s Workgroup

Rename PC

Tip of the Day: Give Your Computer a Meaningful Name


What’s the Difference Between a Hub, a Switch, and a Router?

Hubs, switches, and routers are all computer networking devices with varying capabilities. Unfortunately, the terms are often misused.

File Explorer -> Network.

Tip of the Day: Use the Same Account on All Machines

Workgroup Setting

Tip of the Day: Use a Consistent Workgroup Name

Network cables

You’re Not Alone: Networking Sucks

After all this time, the average user still has trouble networking computers, and that’s really frustrating.

Control Panel Network Adapters

Tip of the Day: Access Network Adapter Settings Quickly