new mbp user needs help!

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  1. FreshTag macrumors newbie

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    Hello
    I recently purchased new mbp 13" I used to be a PC guy but now I'm using mac. Yes, I'm lost all the time however trying to get used to my mbp. I'm trying to activate network with other computers at my house. I have no idea how to do that and I've been searching for it, please help!

    Isn't the network ball supposed to be blue or something? because mine is gray but it is connected to internet... I just can't see other computer's names at my house

    The other computers are all PC.
     
  2. spinnerlys Guest

    spinnerlys

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    Networking Windows with Mac OS X

    and other guides

    What home network setup do you have?

    Are your Windows PCs using shared folders or drives?

    And which network ball do you mean?

    Have you enabled File Sharing in System Preferences > Sharing on the Mac OS X side?


    Also have a look at the following links, as the information presented there might be helpful in your future endeavours into Mac OS X and could clear up initial confusion and may even prevent harm to your system or your files.


    Mac OS X Basics


    Switch 101 - guide with articles made by Apple on how to accustom yourself, after you switched to Mac OS X from Windows​


    Mac 101 - How to get started with Mac OS X​


    Find out how - tutorial videos made by Apple on how to do certain thing in Mac OS X​


    Pro tips - tips made available by Apple for easier ways of doing certain tasks​


    Mac OS X Keyboard Shortcuts - Learn about common Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts.​


    Mac OS X Beginner's Guide by MacRumors - learn about software, media players, shortcuts and some useful tips, tricks and hints​


    Mac Guides - tutorials, product guides and more​


    MRoogle - a very effective tool to search these fora using Google and made available by edesignuk, introductory threads: 1, 2 and 3
     

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