Windows 10: Network

  1.    23 Mar 2016 #1


    When I look at my network, right below it, it says PUBLIC, This seems odd. How can I change this?
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  2.    23 Mar 2016 #2

    There are three Windows network types. Domain, Private & Public. Public doesn't mean your PC is available to the public, but in fact means the opposite. It means that it's set to be more restrictive as if it were on a Public network. When it's showing as 'Public', firewall rules are more restrictive and things like file and printer sharing, PC discoverability, etc. are off.

    For more detailed info, see the following tutorial:
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