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Hi there,

Can anybody tell me about how to make mac and pc talk together?
I have tried to use trial version of Dave Browser, but it out of date now.


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If by 'talking' you mean networking. Macs and PCs will happily exist on a network together. You can share files and printers. What is it exactly you want to do?

As far as someone giving you serial numbers to commercial software. You're out of luck. Legalities aside it's against the forum rules.

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What OS and Mac are you using? OSX will network just fine with Windows. If you mean the old Pre OSX OS9 and before, then you would need something like Dave.
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If by 'talking' you mean networking. Macs and PCs will happily exist on a network together. You can share files and printers. What is it exactly you want to do?

As far as someone giving you serial numbers to commercial software. You're out of luck. Legalities aside it's against the forum rules.
Thanks for your responsed.
Yes, "Talking" here meant networking between MACs and PCs.
What can I do without using any application like Dave... is it have its own built in application for communication with PCs? Could you please tell me briefly on how to do so?.

Ok, I won as for that anymore, sorry for that.


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What OS and Mac are you using? OSX will network just fine with Windows. If you mean the old Pre OSX OS9 and before, then you would need something like Dave.
I use Mac OS X (Tiger). How can I fine the network with window even I have tried to turn on the service in system Preferences => Sharing: I have started all the services provided, but I still can't see all the pcs which is existed in the same domain. Could you please tell me how to do so?

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