Windows 7 Networking Tutorial
Windows 7 replaced the workgroup networking with homegroup networking. Homegroup is a group of computers that can share resources. Homegroup networking has more advance features for sharing. We can share file, folder, pictures, music, video, internet, printer and much more with other computers in our homegroup network. We can secure homegroup with password. Homegroup allows us to control the shared resources. Other users cannot change the shared files unless we give them permission to do so. This category explains these topics in detail with examples. Examples are presented in step by step format with screenshots.