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Chapter 35. Setting Up a Windows 95 Peer... > Creating a New Peer Network with Win...

Creating a New Peer Network with Windows 95

Like Windows for Workgroups and Windows NT before it, you can outfit a group of computers with network interface cards, connect them with cables and, using no software other than Windows 95, have them communicate with each other to great effect. Peer users can share their files, printers, fax modems, and CD-ROM drives without the intervention of a network administrator. You also can provide users with higher-level services, such as e-mail, group scheduling, and remote system administration, just as on a client/server network. Further, the addition of Plug and Play technology eliminates one of the largest stumbling blocks to the do-it-yourself network: selecting, installing, and configuring the hardware.


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