On TheExpertCrew, many articles have been written about the LAN on Windows 11 operating system. Microsoft, on the other hand, improves the user interface with each new version of Windows. As a result, groping will take a long time for those who are unfamiliar with computers.
Despite the fact that I have shared a number of articles on my blog, I decided to rewrite it today so that those who have recently upgraded to Windows 11 will be able to easily access other computers in the future. The LAN is the same.
The access interface has only slightly changed, but the process of setting it up and using it has remained largely unchanged.
Back to the main topic, in this article I’ll show you how to set up a LAN display so that you can see other computers on the same LAN at the same time.
How to set up LAN on Windows 11
- Press the Windows + I key combination, then select Network & Internet, then Properties to quickly access the network you’re connected to. You can also use Wi-Fi.
Then choose the Internet network you want to connect to, for example, P303 in my case. You pressed the button!
- As shown below, change the Network profile type from Public to Private.
In addition, you can scroll down in the same window to see a lot of Internet-related information, such as MAC address, IPv4, IPv6, network speed, and connection type.
- Now, in the Change advanced shared settings section, we’ll need to set up a little more.
Open the Run dialog box (Windows + R) => enter control => and press Enter to open Change advanced shared settings. Then, as shown below, select View network status and tasks. To begin the setup, select Change advanced shared settings.
How to access LAN on Windows 11
To gain access to other computers on the same LAN, press the Windows + E key combination, then select Network in the left hand column, then select the computer you want to access.
However, other computers must be configured as your computer in order to display in the LAN.
That’s all there is to it; I’ve shown you how to set up a LAN on Windows 11. As you can see, setting up a LAN on Windows 11 is simple, as is accessing a LAN on Windows 11.
The steps are identical to those in previous versions of Windows, with the exception of the location and interface.
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