How to Setup Local Area Connection in Windows 7

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How to setup Local Area Connection in Windows 7

As you know Windows 7 is the newer version of windows and contains remarkable effect on every sector of operation. It works very smoothly. Now peoples are converting from Window Xp to Windows 7 or Vista to Windows 7. That's why they need to setup all the features they used in their older version of operating system. From this features Local Area Connection is one important setup. This article will help you to find how to setup Local Area Connection in Windows 7.

What is Local Area Connection:
LAN (Local Area Network) card will automatically install when you setup windows 7. LAN connection is required when you want to share your pc with others in your HomeGroup. Supposes you have two Laptop/Pc and you want to connect them for some purpose say playing multiplayer games (Cod 1,Cod 2,Cod4,Cod5 etc) or to access another Pc ,just setup Local Area Connection. You can also connect your Pc to your friends Pc no meter how far the distance ,connect them with cable connection .

Procedure of setup Local Area Connection:
Crete WorkGroup:
1.Go to my computer properties.
2.Click change settings.
3.See
4.Type your Computer name and WorkGroup
5.This message will appear
6.Restart your computer then your WorkGroup will be created. •Give your IP Address:
1.Go to control panel
2.Click Network And Internet
3.Click Network And Sharing Center
4.Click HomeGroup
5.Click Advance Sharing Setting
6.There are two types: Home to work, Public
7.From Home to work select >Turn on Network Discovery >Turn on file and printer sharing >Turn on public folder sharing..... >Enable file sharing for device........ >Allow windows to manage..... 8.From Public select >Turn on Network Discovery >Turn on file and printer sharing >Turn on public folder sharing..... >Enable file sharing for device........ >Turn off password protected sharing. 9.Click change Adapter Setting (Top left side of the window) 10....
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