Windows 10: setting up homegroup in windows 10
setting up homegroup in windows 10
I recently upgraded windows 8.1 with Bing, which had a homegroup, to windows 10. After the upgrade I was unable to set up a homegroup. Message, "this computer is unable to set up a homegroup"
IN services.msc In the Status column, next to the Peer Networking Grouping and HomeGroup Provider services, you should see the word Started. If you don't see this, double‑click the name of the service, and then click Start.
I cannot leave the homegroup. we had 2 computers in the network with windows 7 and windows 8.1. Windows 7 upgraded to windows 10. and the other one did a clean install of windows 8.1. Now i cannot leave the homegroup from windows 10 and the windows...
I have a desktop with Windows 10 and a laptop with Windows 7 Ultimate. I am able to log onto the laptop by going to file explorer and clicking on the Network Icon and then clicking on my laptop and entering the account name and password for the...
How to Add or Remove Homegroup in Navigation Pane of File Explorer in Windows 10
A homegroup is a group of PCs on a home network that can share devices (such as printers), and libraries (such as your Documents, Pictures, Music, and Video...
I've got a HomeGroup at home, and currently have two other PCs that do not normally live here. I want to set them up in their own HomeGroup for use in another location. Is this possible?
Failing that, if they join the current HomeGroup, what will...
Have they removed this feature? My main computer is still Windows 7, and running the main homegroup.