6 replies on The Network Map - Access Your Network Computers in a Fun Way

  1. sudharsan @ technoskillonline says:

    Nice tutor..

  2. it support london says:

    You mention that this was brought in with Vista are there any noticable improvements to this function on windows 7 or is it pretty much the same.

  3. Ciprian says:

    We say in the intro: “It was first introduced in Windows Vista and it was kept pretty much unchanged in Windows 7.” Personally, I did not notice any important difference. On the subjective side, seemed to detect better the computers which were part of the network.

  4. Anonymous says:

    very nice little network visualization! Being able to visualize yourself moving across networks and checking on other computers is a very useful tool. I’m trying it out now, and its great (and beautiful!)

  5. Anonymous says:

    I kept getting the error code of 39 when trying to map my network drive earlier. Anyone have any idea what type of error this could be? Tried searching with no real answers.

  6. Will Handley says:

    My laptop displays a map exactly as you describe, with some wired, some wireless computers connected. But when I click on one of the other computers, instead of Windows Explorer showing me shared folders (and there are some), I just get a properties dialog. What does this mean? Also, none of these connected computers appears in the laptop’s Network icon.

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