Computers that connect to the same wireless router can communicate with one another through a “homegroup” a Windows 7 feature that allows PCs to share files and printers. Although organizations can use Remote Desktop to access and perform actions on a remote workstation, that doesn’t enable a user to obtain files from the PC. Business owners who want to allow workers to connect to each other’s computers and access or collaborate on important documents can set up a homegroup to connect computers together. below steps to connect Two computers using a wireless Router.
How to Connect Two Computers using a Wireless Router
- Connect to your router’s network. Click “Start,” type “homegroup” into the search box and either press “Enter” or select “HomeGroup” from the search results.
- Click “Create a Homegroup.” Select all of the options on the screen and click “Next.”
- Write down or print out the password. Click “Finish” to set up the homegroup on the workstation.
- Select “Change Advanced Sharing Settings,” then click on “Home or Work” to see all available setup options.
- Click “Turn On Password Protected Sharing” to prevent unauthorized users from accessing files and devices on the computer. Click “Save Changes.”
- Open HomeGroup on the other computer. Click “Join Now” and select all of the options. Click “Next” and “Finish” to add the workstation to the homegroup
- Follow the same instructions in Step 5 to set up password-protected sharing on the PC.
- Click “Start,” “Computer” and expand “Homegroup.” Select the alternate PC from
- the list and enter an account name and password when prompted to connect to the computer.