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So, my brother is home with his laptop and I want to wirelessly connect to his computer on his network. I have found two of my home Desktop PC's by typing in Connect to Server under Go, and smb://NAME. However, I can't seem to connect to either of my brother's laptops. Even if I find their name, I am wondering if there is a way to automatically discovers Windows Computers on my network. Thanks! This is the only thing I have found less easy than on a PC...

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