How to add a homegroup in Windows Seven

How to add a homegroup in Windows SevenHomeGroups is a new feature introduced in Windows Seven, which lets you share libraries, documents, music, videos, printers etc with other computers in your home network securely. You no longer need to email documents etc from one computer to another. In this article we will show you, how you can add a HomeGroup to Windows Seven and what it can do for you. Once created, you will be able to join other Windows Seven machines to this HomeGroup and share Media, Documents and Folders. You will also be able to configure what you want to exclude from being shared such as particular libraries, folders and files

Please note that in order for Homegroups to work, IP V6 must be enabled (it's enabled by default on Windows 7) and Network Discovery must be on (by default it is). To setup a HomeGroup, follow the following procedure:

1. Click Start and type HomeGroup in the search box, double the first result you get called HomeGroup

Click Start and type HomeGroup in the search box, double the first result you get called HomeGroup

2. Homegroup Window opens, click on Create a HomeGroup

Homegroup Window opens, click on Create a HomeGroup

3. Select on What you want to share. You can choose Pictures, Music, Videos, Documents and Printers. In this case we chose everything but documents. Click Next

Select on What you want to share. You can choose Pictures, Music, Videos, Documents and Printers

4. Windows generates a password for your HomeGroup. You will need this password when you need to join other computers to your homegroup. If you ever forget this password, you can always view it or change it by opening HomeGroup via the control panel on this machine. Click Finish

Windows generates a password for your HomeGroup

5. Homegroup setup is now complete. You can change its settings from Control Panel -> HomeGroups. You can change what you want to share, you can view your homegroup password, exclude or include libraries, documents and folders. You can even set advanced sharing options including Media streaming (which we will discuss in a later article)

Homegroup setup is now complete

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