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Date: 2006-11-06
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Part 12: Windows File Sharing
Home and Small Office Networking Series
Part 12: Windows File Sharing - Do you have more than one computer in your home or small office? If you do, you need a network! Using the network, you can share a single internet connection between all your computers, transfer files with a few mouse-clicks rather than a pile of floppy disks, and work wirelessly with your laptop from anywhere in the room. You can also use your network for sharing printers, playing music, and vanquishing the enemy in multi-player online games.

New Microsoft IE 7 Browser Offers Improvements To Catch Up With Rivals

The long-awaited upgrade to Microsoft's Web browser is here, introducing the masses to features available for years in rival products.

Cable-Cutting Wireless HD Spec To Stream Uncompressed HD Video

(TWICE) _ Sunnyvale, Calif. A wireless-connectivity technology backed by six major CE suppliers would be the first wireless technology to simultaneously stream multiple high-definition (HD) video programs in uncompressed form among multiple devices up to 33 feet apart.

Part 10: Windows Workgroups
Home and Small Office Networking Series
Part 10: Windows Workgroups - Do you have more than one computer in your home or small office? If you do, you need a network! Using the network, you can share a single internet connection between all your computers, transfer files with a few mouse-clicks rather than a pile of floppy disks, and work wirelessly with your laptop from anywhere in the room. You can also use your network for sharing printers, playing music, and vanquishing the enemy in multi-player online games.

Assessing the Business Need Behind .NET Framework 3.0
When is .NET not .NET?
First Microsoft released .NET Framework 1.0 in 2001, then came .NET Framework 2.0 in 2005 and now, less than a year later, .NET Framework 3.0 is being released. Where is the value in the new framework? Should companies be engaging with Microsofts new set of solutions? Or, are two releases of the .NET framework just good enough?

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