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Windows 7: Homegroup link and share online ID

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Microsoft cited the following example to show how to use these features:

For example, in Homegroup in, Bob and his wife want to share some documents, but do not let children see, as long as a simple designation of his wife's Windows Live ID user name can be, Bob could give his wife access to his computer files High competence.

This seems really useful features through Homegroup makes file-sharing easier. Let us now to experience some of these characteristics:

Link your Windows user account and Live ID

In Windows 7 download and install Windows Live ID Sign-in Assistant 6.5 (Beta) (Click here to download), open the Control Panel, find User Accounts and Family Safety (User Accounts and Family Safety):

Windows 7: Homegroup link and share online ID

Click User Accounts:

Windows 7: Homegroup link and share online ID

Click the left pane of the Link online IDs

Windows 7: Homegroup link and share online ID

Once the Windows Live ID Sign-in Assistant 6.5 Beta installed, you can choose to link to your Live ID:

Windows 7: Homegroup link and share online ID

Add Live ID:


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