Windows Vista Networking Tutorial
Windows XP made networking a lot easier than previous versions of Windows. Windows Vista takes networking to the next level, and makes the creation of home networks a breeze, whether you use a wired network, a wireless network, or a mix of the two.
Windows Vista's completely redesigned Control Panel includes the Network and Sharing Center, which centralizes access to all things networking. From troubleshooting network connectivity to creation of ad-hoc and private networks, everything is literally just a click away.
Most common customization task of your network are available with a click under Sharing and Discovery. Windows Vista also includes many "under the hood" improvements which allow to correct network configuration problems automatically. This series of tutorials will examine all aspects of home and small business networking with Windows Vista, including networking with a mix of computers running either Windows Vista or Windows XP.up ↑