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Part I: NETWORKING NOW.
Chapter 1: Understanding Computer Networks.
Chapter 2: Why Networks Aren't Just for Offices.
Chapter 3: Who's Networking?
Chapter 4: Home Networking Technologies.
Chapter 5: Making a Smart Choice.
Part II: NETWORKING NUTS AND BOLTS.
Chapter 6: Ethernet Networks.
Chapter 7: Phoneline Networks.
Chapter 8: Powerline Networks.
Chapter 9: Wireless Networks.
Chapter 10: Other Networks.
Chapter 11: Shopping for Network Equipment.
Part III: NETWORK SOFTWARE.
Chapter 12: Windows 95/98.
Chapter 13: Networking with Macintosh Computers.
Chapter 14: Other Network Operating Systems.
Chapter 15: Other Network Software.
Part IV: USING YOUR NETWORK BETTER.
Chapter 16: Setting Up New Users.
Chapter 17: Setting Up Shared Resources.
Chapter 18: Advanced Networking.
Part V: NETWORKING HOUSEWORK.
Chapter 19: Disaster Prevention.
Chapter 20: Network Security.
Chapter 21: Troubleshooting.
A: Online Home Networking Resources.
B: Home Networking Consultants and Courses.
D: The Companion CD.
Posted April 9, 2001
Mastering Home Networking, by Mark Henricks, is an informative and entertaining way to learn about how you can network your computers together. I must admit that I am not a big fan of technology books. But this one is a bit different. The author does not treat the reader like an idiot. But at the same time, the author does not treat the reader like a technological genius. The subject matter is treated in a way that both a beginner and a expert can enjoy. If you want to learn how to network your computers together, to enhance your business, make home life simpler, or just for entertainment, this is a great book that will take you through the necessary steps.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.