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OS 10.5 - Finder Window - Shared PC

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When I open a new finder window, an unrecognized PC server comes up under the Shared twist down. Should I be concerned? How would that get there? By the way, the only sharing I have turned on is Bluetooth and it requires pairing and I have to be notified. I tried to connect to it, but that failed.
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