We are all well aware that a computer without access to the Internet today is simply unimaginable.Internet is needed everywhere.Even if your job is not connected with it, you - not an active user of social networks and e-mail, too, do not use, it does not deprive your operating system needs to be updated in the same way as anti-virus and many other programs.Though perhaps there are still people who do not use the Internet ... You do not need to view this site using psychic capabilities?Enough of lyricism, start!
wonderful wizard for setting up Internet access is integrated in the Windows 7 operating system.Find it easy: Start - Control Panel - Network Management and Sharing Center.Next, click on "Create a new connection".
And then act on the situation.Select the desired connection method and make appropriate adjustments.More on this, we shall not dwell in the name of saving time;such articles with step by step algorithms can be found on our website.Connection options are v
How to configure Windows 7
network in this operating system is built a great feature - a homegroup.Its purpose is aimed at in order to facilitate file sharing among network users.Also worth noting is safety: thanks to verified data algorithms, you can be sure that they do not "beat" and will not be lost.In addition, you can easily apply password protection to your life that will protect it from unauthorized access.
configure the network in Windows 7. To begin connect all computers in a local network.Physically, it is carried by cable or wi-fi.If more than two computers and wi-FEMA they are not burdened you need an additional device - the switch (hub, switch in use).Your obedient servant, having two computers, connect them using a router (router) cables.It makes no sense, it is equivalent to setting the tee into the outlet, realizing that except for a desk lamp here never include personal will not.It was the lack of motivation by example wasteful, because the tee is a hundred times cheaper router.Having thought network architecture, we turn to the algorithm:
- go in the Network Management and Sharing Center, and then - to select HomeGroup options;
- Click "create";
- Select the type of content on your computer, which will grant access to future group home;
- contemplate a randomly generated password, but better - make retroactive digitization.
Each computer included in the subnet to the machine that created a homegroup, may now accede to it.
worth noting the level of rights of home network users.They are the same for everyone, so for a more thorough adjustment will have to work with each folder separately.
What does "ball", and where it came from?
Configure network in Windows 7 a snap.Really hard to keep track of its list of "shared folders" of files and folders."Rummage" from the English "Share" - "share" in everyday life has a broader meaning, fumbling - to provide access to something and not get it at random as it might seem at first glance.
Simplify tracking of their balls just.Sharte entire libraries!You know what it is ... yes?Eh.Libraries, if you ignore the stereotypes - some catalogs of similar files in Windows 7. You specify a specific library path, where they collect the data, and then provide access to them, that is, you adjust your balls by simply removing folders from indexing their libraries.
remarkable property group home, in addition to the above, is able to access the devices.Printers, multifunction devices, media devices (projectors, for example) - the list is growing, because the developers are constantly improve the Windows 7 system, expanding its functionality.
What can I say, two years ago in order to open the drive on a remote computer that is part of a local network, it was necessary to complete a technical college and have a minimum of a good programmer telnet (which smacks of burglary and violation of the rights of users) ... Today, it has a group home and day "bombing" Google search engine.And those childishly sincere emotions ala "yes it is magic!"it is hard to call ... Dare!
Because now you know how to configure a network in Windows 7!