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Summary

Once your hardware is connected, setting up your computers for networking is just a matter of making sure your wireless network adapter is recognized. Once it is, Windows offers all the software you'll need to connect your computers together and share data.

Networking computers wirelessly is probably less intimidating than most people think when they get started. Many computers are just waiting for the right hardware connections. Make sure TCP/IP is installed and verify that file and printer sharing is turned on. The steps in this chapter act as a checklist that should help you get every computer in your house connected.


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