Share Files between Two Computers Using LAN Cable
Connect both computers to a LAN cable. You can use any LAN cable (crossover cable or ethernet cable); it doesn’t matter on a modern computer.
OK, now you have to turn on the sharing options on both computers.
Search for Control Panel in the start menu and open it. Here, go to “Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center > Advanced sharing settings.”
Here, select the radio option “turn on network detection” under public folder sharing. Now, select the radio option “turn off password protected sharing.” This way, you don’t have to type in your password each and every time you are trying to access shared folders from another computer.
However, this is also a significant security risk. So, make sure to select “Turn on password protected sharing” once you are done transferring the files via ethernet cable.
Now we should bring both the computers on to the same network.
1. Open Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center.
2. You will see Local Area Connection or Ethernet.
3. Right-click it and go to its properties.
4. You will see TCP/ IPv4 option there. Select it and then click on the Properties button.
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