By Andy Rathbone. Windows 10 enables you to quickly find other computers on a network. A network is simply a group of connected PCs that can share things, such as your Internet connection, files, or a printer. Need to quickly share files between two Windows 10 computers? Don’t want to use third-party software or cloud file storage services to transfer files between Windows 10 PCs? In this guide, we will see how to use the built-in Nearby Share feature in Windows 10 to share files between computers.
Windows 10 enables you to quickly find other computers on a network. A network is simply a group of connected PCs that can share things, such as your Internet connection, files, or a printer. Most people use a public network every day without knowing it: Every time you check your e-mail, your PC connects to another PC on the Internet to grab your waiting messages.
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Much of the time, you needn’t care about the other PCs on your private network. But when you want to find a connected PC, perhaps to grab files from the PC in your family room, Windows is happy to help.
In fact, Windows has something called a Homegroup system that makes it easier than ever to share files with other Windows PCs. Creating a Homegroup is as simple as entering the same password on every connected PC.
To find a PC on your Homegroup or traditional network, open any folder and click the word Network on the Navigation Pane along the folder’s left edge, as shown here.
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Clicking Network lists every PC that’s connected to your own PC in a traditional network. Clicking Homegroup in the Navigation Pane lists Windows PCs in your Homegroup, a simpler way to share files. To browse files on any of those PCs in either category, just double-click their names.