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Home Networking

Create a home network
The process of setting up your home network is simple when you use the step-by-step instructions provided by the Home Networking wizard.

Share a single Internet connection
Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) lets you share a single Internet connection among multiple computers in your home, even if they are running Windows 95 or Windows 98.

Use multiple networking technologies
Windows Me provides support for multiple types of home networking technologies, including Ethernet, wireless, and homePNA, and lets you view these networks through a single interface.

Share computing resources throughout your home network
Windows Me automatically detects printers, folders, and other resources on your home network, and allows you to easily share these and other resources among the computers on your network.

Incorporate Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) devices
Windows Me is the first operating system to implement UPnP networking standards, making it simple to connect all kinds of high-tech appliances, gadgets, wireless devices, and computers to your home network.

Connect to the Internet securely
The new TCP/IP stack in Windows Me provides improved stability and security on the Internet.

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