What is a Home Network and why would I want one?

ANSWER A home network is a group of computers, printers and other devices that are connected together with wires or wireless, allowing different users to exchange information and share hardware, software and Internet connections.

If you own multiple computers, you may want to:
- Use a single Internet connection on different computers at the same time
- Share a single printer between different computers
- Share files such as images, music, movies and documents between computers in the network
- Play games that allow multiple players at different computers

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