When drives and folders are shared, Windows modifies their icons. Vista adds two people, while XP adds a serving hand. The Vista icon is barely discernible, but shows the heads and bodies of two people.
Can't Make It Sharable? In Windows 95/98, if you are connected to the network, but you cannot make your folder or disk sharable, chances are File and Print Sharing were never turned on in your computer. To turn File and Print Sharing on, do the following: Turning File/Print Sharing On (Windows 95/98) 1. Select Start menu/Settings/Control panel. 2. Select Network control panel. 3. Check files sharing and/or print sharing.
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