Inside Out

Add Homegroup to the Start menu

You can add a link to the Homegroup folder to the right side of the Start menu, making it easy to browse homegroup resources . To add the link, right-click the Start button and choose Properties . On the Start Menu tab, click Customize. In the Customize Start Menu dialog box, select Homegroup.

You can also browse shared media libraries using Windows Media Player. Shared libraries appear in the navigation pane under Other Libraries. For more information about Windows Media Player, see "Sharing Media Libraries" on page 444.

If you use Windows Media Center, you'll discover that shared media files appear there too . In Media Center, choose the Shared option above a gallery (music, pictures, videos, or recorded TV) to see a list of shared libraries, as shown below. For more information about Windows Media Center, see Chapter 14, "Using Windows Media Center."

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Music Library

Tess (carl-pc)

Carl (appalachian)

Ricola (ricola-pc)

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