Multiple computers are used best when networked. You can share resources such as hard disk space and more. You can also back up your files to another computer when interconnected by way of a peer to peer network or by a client-server network. When connected, the networks can be as small as a home network consisting of three to five computers, a LAN that covers an entire building thereby connecting all the computers in the building, or a WAN that connects several LANs to create a huge network.
This guide helps you understand how to use multiple computers for maximum benefits, the tremendous potential of networking, tips and tricks, and more.
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