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Old January 23rd, 2020, 05:19 PM
Digerati Digerati is offline
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We need more information.

Do you have a network? And if so, how are these computers connected to your network now?

Typically, a home network would consist of a router (or wireless router). Typical home routers have a 4-port Ethernet switch integrated in the same box. Connected computers would connect via Ethernet cable to the switch, or wirelessly.

Is that how your computers are connected now?

Also, tell us about your printer. The best solution is to network the printer - that is, connect it to your router and not to a PC. A networked printer lets everyone on your network print without a "host" computer being up and running. It also lets the printer be centrally located anywhere there is network access and not tethered to any computer.

There are many tutorials on sharing files and folders in W10. This is a pretty good one.
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