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Chapter 1. Introduction to Home Networking > Home Networking with Windows XP

Home Networking with Windows XP

Computer networks have been around for many years. In the past, only the most technical of computer users dared to create a computer network. However, as the number of uses for home computer networks increases, the demand for simple ways to create networks also increases. To meet this demand, Windows XP offers significant improvements in its networking features over previous versions of Windows.

It doesn’t matter what types of Windows computers you already own. All you need is at least one Windows XP computer and the appropriate network hardware, and you can connect your computers together with a minimum of fuss. Adding additional Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (Me), and Microsoft Windows XP computers to your network is especially easy. The Windows XP Network Setup Wizard takes you through all the steps of setting up your home network, simplifying the tasks of home network setup, adding new computers to the network, and even taking advantage of advanced networking features.


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