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tranceking26

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So I currently use Windows 7. I'm getting a Macbook Pro with Mojave installed soon.

I can't seem to find this out anywhere else, is there a version of "Network" and "Network and sharing centre" in Mojave? I like to use the Network page to manage photos from my Nintendo 3DS.

I hope I don't sound a total noob but it's been like 10 years since I used a Mac!
 

Honza1

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No one replied. I suspect no one understands the question. At least I do not understand what are you asking for. I use Windows 7 (and 10) at work - but I have no idea how to manage photos using Network. Well, I do not have Nintendo 3DS at work either ;-)
May be you can rephrase this so people will understand your problem.
 

HDFan

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I can't seem to find this out anywhere else, is there a version of "Network" and "Network and sharing centre" in Mojave? I like to use the Network page to manage photos from my Nintendo 3DS.

Not knowing exactly what you want to do, iCloud photos allows you to share and manage photos among Apple devices. I think you are out of luck with a Nintendo 3DS though.
 

tarsins

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Network in the Locations tab in Finder's sidebar?

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Tech198

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So I currently use Windows 7. I'm getting a Macbook Pro with Mojave installed soon.

I can't seem to find this out anywhere else, is there a version of "Network" and "Network and sharing centre" in Mojave? I like to use the Network page to manage photos from my Nintendo 3DS.

I hope I don't sound a total noob but it's been like 10 years since I used a Mac!

There is File & Pinter sharing on a Mac (System Preferences >> Sharing), Tick File and/or printer sharing depends what you need.. Windows just displays it differently.

Windows: Network Neighborhood, or map a drive in 'My Computer'
Mac: Finder, or Control-K and use UNC path/(share) Mac users forward slashes,not backslashes like Windows does.

So, for eg.. on Mac (Go Menu >> Connect to Server or Control -K) and type: smb://sever/share or afp://server//share
 
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