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Chapter 6. Networking

Chapter 6. Networking

In today's computing environment, no machine is an island. In many homes, having two or more computers is the norm, and it's virtually impossible to find a business of any size that doesn't rely on a network—or at least the Internet—every day. Luckily for you, Mac OS X is the most connectable version of the operating system that Apple has ever produced. You can easily connect your Mac to a wide variety of networks, from simple two-machine hookups to the largest Windows Server environments.

While networking can seldom be described as simple, Mac OS X makes it about as painless as possible. These hints will demonstrate how to be even more productive when networking your machine.


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