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Connect to and Share Files with Other PCs on Your Network

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Click the Start menu and choose Network.

You may see icons for all your connected PCs, as shown here. To connect to a PC, double-click its name. Chances are, you’ll be able to see files on your Windows XP PCs, but not any other Vista PCs. To see files on Vista PCs, move to Step 2.

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