With a network that has less than 10 computers, you really don't need a server. Installing network operatins systems is the same as installing any operating system, insert the CD and install.
For a network with less than 10 computers, a peer to peer networking topology would be the best.
Please note: This also depends on the function and usage of the network. A architectural firm or chemical company may have dedicated servers doing calculations, managing project data, and so on. Many times these networks require one or multiple servers dedicated to the task because the workstations just don't have the computational power alone. Or because the project, project notes, mark-ups, etc. must be managed in a way that permits multiple changes to occur without an actual committed change. I
In short even networks of 10 or less computers may qualify for the server-client topology if the type of workload you have in mind requires heavy data processing, and workgroup management.
Go into the computers bios and tell it to boot from network. Restart and work from there.
well, access all the other computers from 1computer through a network connection. In that way you will be able to install Firefox on multiple computers on a network at once.
There's no hard limit on the number of operating systems you can install. The limit will be dictated by the number of operating systems that support your hardware and the amount of space on your hard drive(s).
Command line install (open a terminal and type these in): su -c yum install wine (rpm-based operating systems) sudo apt-get install wine (deb-based operating systems) emerge wine (gentoo)
There are a wide variety of reasons why a company would want to install network security hardware to their computers. One such reason would be to prevent access to payroll information or company secrets.
This depends on the licence that came with the software. Some operating systems do allow many copies. For example, the various kinds of Linux are free to install on any number of computers.Microsoft, however, does not issue licences that allow any of its operating systems to be installed at the same time on two different computers. To do so is software piracy and is illegal.
Gadget XP includes a range of freeware software and affiliated programs that work in conjunction with windows operating systems. These can be downloaded from software sites such as Softtonic.
Apple's Mac OS X is their operating system for their range of Mac computers. It can legally only be installed on computers made by Apple. You can install the Windows operating system on a Mac so that you can use both systems.
To install two separate operating systems you will have to create separate partions on the hard disk. You then install each operating system in it's own partion and use a boot loader such as GRUB to select which system you want to boot, some operating systems might include their own boot loader during the installation.
Network setup and configuration refers to installing a network. When you setup the network you configure the settings. Setting up a network is when you install hardware and connect computers so they are using the same network.
Install antivirus software and firawall. Don't visit suspicious websites.
The only way you can do this is by installing them one by one. This is generally the easy way unless you can connect them all to a network and remote install them all, which is kind-of impossible when you're installing them. So, yeah, easy way = installing them one by one. :)
To set up a simple network, buy a router (wired or wireless). Connect the various computers you wish to be in the network to the router. You may also wish to turn on various services on the computers like file and printer sharing.
Between the modem and the computers.
No, they are not compatible operating systems. You need a mac version of the program.
Vm-ware is the software allows us to install 2 O/S in your PC. Then we can use both operating systems by minimizing the window. It allows to use parallel Operating systems. sorry if the answer is not right.
Kind of..... From the legal side, no. Unless you buy a second license. If you install it on two computers that are on the same network, it will get upset. The first copy will open fine, but the second person to open Final Cut on their workstation will not be able to open the program. However, if you install it on two computers that are not on the same network, you should be just fine, as long as you don't register the serial number.
Internet Explorer comes preinstalled with all Windows Operating Systems. To upgrade it, you would go to Windows Update. If you have a 64 bit Operating System, you can not install a 32 bit version.
Run a good antivirus and also install a firewall on each of the computers
Yes. You can dual boot both operating systems at once. Or you can install Windows XP over Windows Vista
To set up a network you must have the computer linked via a ethernet cable. This cable will allow you to create a network. This is the only way to share your printers, and computers.