Network Neighborhood

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computing: software: Microsoft Windows/Samba: Network Neighborhood


Example of a Network Neighborhood being browsed by Windows Explorer. One computer is in the default "MSHOME" workgroup, and the rest all belong to "Pinecrest".

"Network Neighborhood" is what Microsoft Windows calls the listing of SMB protocol servers on the local (non-routed) network.

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The "Network Neighborhood" was introduced in Windows 95.