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Building a Microsoft Windows 98 Network
The desire to share system resources such as drives and printers and access to the Internet has led many computer users to consider building small networks in their homes or offices. The hardware needed for local area networking is now readily available at most computer centers. Windows 98 includes all of the software you need to get your systems communicating. These tutorials examine the process of selecting, purchasing, and installing basic networking hardware, and then configuring Win98 to utilize it.