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Little Network Book for Windows and Macintosh

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With computer prices dropping to unprecedented lows and networking equipment becoming more affordable, home networking is the way of the future. The growth of two-computer families is expected to continue, and manufacturers like Intel are jumping on this growing trend. Still, the thought of setting up a home network can be enough to intimidate all but the most techno-savvy. The Little Networking Book for Macintosh and Windows shows how anyone can be a network administrator in their own home. The highly-respected author explains how to connect your computers to increase your power, share an Internet access line, exchange files and email, and more. Practical explanations and helpful screenshots and illustrations will take the stress out of home networking. Easy, fully-illustrated instructions for ordinary computer users. You don't have to be a network administrator. Learn how to multiply the power of your computers by connecting them in a simple networK. Covers both Macintosh and Windows networks, and networks made from multiple operating systems. Discover what you can do with your network and how to do it: share an Internet access line, exchange files and email, maintain a family calendar, back up all disks, use a shared printer and much, much more!

Synopsis:

With computer prices dropping to unprecedented lows and networking equipment becoming more affordable, home networking is the way of the future. The growth of two-computer families is expected to continue, and manufacturers like Intel are jumping on this growing trend. Still, the thought of setting up a home network can be enough to intimidate all but the most techno-savvy.

The Little Networking Book for Macintosh and Windows shows how anyone can be a network administrator in their own home. The highly-respected author explains how to connect your computers to increase your power, share an Internet access line, exchange files and email, and more. Practical explanations and helpful screenshots and illustrations will take the stress out of home networking.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780201353785
Author:
Poole, Lon
Author:
Rizzo, John
Publisher:
Peachpit Press
Location:
Berkeley, Calif. :
Subject:
Networking - General
Subject:
Networking - Local Area Networks (LANs)
Subject:
Computer networks
Subject:
Macintosh (computer)
Subject:
Local area networks (computer networks)
Subject:
Local area networks
Series Volume:
v. 1
Publication Date:
August 1999
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
280
Dimensions:
9.15x7.45x.51 in. .90 lbs.

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Little Network Book for Windows and Macintosh
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Product details 280 pages Peachpit Press - English 9780201353785 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , With computer prices dropping to unprecedented lows and networking equipment becoming more affordable, home networking is the way of the future. The growth of two-computer families is expected to continue, and manufacturers like Intel are jumping on this growing trend. Still, the thought of setting up a home network can be enough to intimidate all but the most techno-savvy.

The Little Networking Book for Macintosh and Windows shows how anyone can be a network administrator in their own home. The highly-respected author explains how to connect your computers to increase your power, share an Internet access line, exchange files and email, and more. Practical explanations and helpful screenshots and illustrations will take the stress out of home networking.

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