I Introduction to Chapter 0101
The details of Networking will be reviewed in this chapter. The fundamentals of how a network accomplished everyday task such as file sharing and printing will be covered. The process of networking with regard to basic operating system functions will be addressed.
This portion of operating systems will cover Networking and the Windows Operating Systems family. The first question to answer is what is a Network?
A network by definition is an environment that allows 2-way communication between computers. You may have only one computer available to you, however when you connect to the Internet you are part of a Network.
That process of connection and the communication process are the network components. The study of networking is complex and by nature is more comprehensive than the compounded overview offered here. This section is intended to provide a working knowledge of a network.
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