How To Enable Sharing Wizard In Windows 10
This tutorial will show how to enable the sharing wizard within Windows 10
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Network discovery allows Windows 10 to find other computers and devices on a network. This feature is automatically turned on when you’re connected to private networks like the one in your home or workplace. Network discovery is turned off when you’re connected to public networks that shouldn’t be trusted and you don’t allow your PC to be discoverable on those networks.
ENABLE NETWORK DISCOVERY
If your Windows 10 computer or device can’t view other computers on the network, two things are probably at fault: You either assigned the incorrect network profile (public instead or private) or network discovery is turned off for some reason.
Here’s how to activate network discovery in Windows 10 for your active network profile:
The Settings window appears.
Click Network & Internet.
Your network and Internet related settings are shown.
In the panel on the left, click either Wi-Fi (if you’re connected to a wireless network) or Ethernet (if you’re connected to a network using a network cable).
A window with settings for your network appears.
Find the Related setting section on the right, then click Change
Advanced Sharing Settings.
The Advanced Sharing Settings window appears.
Expand the network profile currently assigned to your network connection.
It is marked with the words “current profile” on the right side of its name.
In the Network discover section, select “Turn on network discovery”. Also, check the box that says “Turn on automatic setup of network connected devices.”
When you’re connected to private networks, Windows 10 automatically turns on the File and Printer Sharing setting. In this way, you can easily share folders, files, and printers with other computers and devices in your network. However, if your network administrator adjusts this setting, you may need to manually turn it on or off, depending on your needs.
This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10 operating system (Home, Professional, Enterprise, Education) from all supported hardware manufactures, like Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba,Lenovo, and Samsung).