Networking is the practice of linking computing devices together with hardware and software that supports data communications across these devices.
Visual Index of Computer Networking Topics

This guide presents the essential concepts of computer networks in a sequence of visual illustrations designed to teach networking basics by example.
Networking Basics Quiz / Q&A

Answer this series of common questions about basic computer networking concepts to quickly expand your knowledge of the topic.
Network File Sharing 101

Computer networks allow you to share files with friends, family, coworkers and customers. Learn about the different methods for file sharing including Windows, FTP, P2P and Web based.
Operating Systems and Computer Networks

Computers use low-level software called an operating system to help people build and run their own programs. Operating system software runs not just on laptop computers but also on cell phones, network routers and other gadgets. An O/S normally provides basic networking support for Ethernet, Wi-Fi and sometimes Bluetooth and other wireless protocols.
Connecting Two Computers

The simplest kind of home network contains exactly two computers. You can use this kind of network to share files, a printer or another peripheral device, and even an Internet connection. To connect two computers for sharing network resources, consider these alternatives.
Introduction to Area Networks and Network Types

LAN and WAN are two common types of networks but many others exist.