Computer Network Training: The Complete Step-by-step Guide to Help You Setup Network at Home or Office

The network training series of tutorials here will guide you clearly what you need and how to setup the network successfully.

Setting up a network system with at least two computers interconnected allows you to share files, folders, printers, and access to the Internet with other users. This can make your life much easier and increase productivity.

The most common way to connect a network is to use a wired (UTP cable) Ethernet connection, involving cables and switch.

You can also set up a wireless connection through a wireless access point or wireless router. If you are using this method, you need to have a PCI or USB wireless adapter that plug into your PC.

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