How to Set Up and Use a Network Drive

How to Set Up and Use a Network Drive

Running out of room on your computer? You can turn any external hard drive into a network drive to access your files, even when the computer is turned off. Here’s how.

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How to Set Up and Use a Network Drive

You’re running out of space on your PC for all those photos, videos, songs, and other files you need to store. Plus, your PC needs to be constantly turned on if you want to access all those files. What’s the solution? A network drive.

Through a network drive, you can keep all those files on a big hard drive, access them even when your computer is turned off, and make them accessible to the entire household. Here’s how to set up and use an external hard drive as a network drive.

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