U.S. Robotics Home Networking for Dummies
by Kathy Ivens, Clark Scheffy
Publisher: USRobotics 2011
Number of pages: 192
We think that if you have more than one computer in your home, you should have a network. That belief has its roots in the fact that we're generally lazy, and we believe everyone should do everything in the easiest possible manner.
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