Part I: Network Basics: The Hardware.
Chapter 1: What's the Big Deal about Home Networking, Anyway?
Chapter 2: Installing Network Adapters.
Chapter 3: Running Cable through the House.
Chapter 4: Using Wires That Are Already There.
Chapter 5: Look Ma, No Wires.
Part II: Setting Up the Computers.
Chapter 6: Installing Networking Software.
Chapter 7: Setting Up Shared Internet Connections.
Chapter 8: Configuring Computer Sharing.
Chapter 9: Setting Up Users.
Part III: Communicating Across the Network.
Chapter 10: Printing across the Network.
Chapter 11: Getting Around the Neighborhood.
Chapter 12: Using Files from Other Computers.
Part IV: Network Security and Maintenance.
Chapter 13: Making Your Network Secure.
Chapter 14: Disaster Planning and Recovery.
Chapter 15: Using Windows Maintenance Tools.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 16: Ten Fun Things to Do on Your Network.
Chapter 17: Ten Ways to Make the Internet Safe for Children.
Kathy Ivens has written more than 60 computer books and countless articles for Windows & .NET Magazine. She's an internationally syndicated columnist who has installed hundreds of corporate networks.