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  • n. Plural form of homegroup.


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  • Here's a shot of the new "homegroups" feature, which Microsoft has added to make it easier to set up home networks.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • It is anticipated that we will be doing it once a week for about twenty minutes with the students in our homegroups, so I should something to report soon.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • This product looks and works much like Aurora, but with two important distinctions: It utilizes workgroups and Windows 7-based homegroups instead of a true domain, and its storage features are oriented around media sharing, as you might expect of a consumer solution.

    Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows

  • Microsoft's decision to allow only Windows 7 PCs into homegroups seems a cheap trick to convince people to upgrade, but the emergence of Family Pack upgrades makes such shenanigans a little more palatable.

    PC Authority

  • But in fact, I haven't managed to make my homegroups go wonky at all, so maybe we're finally there.

    PC Magazine: New Product Reviews

  • I say "seems to" because I haven't been able to explore all the ways to make homegroups malfunction, and I've come to expect eventual breakdowns.

    PC Magazine: New Product Reviews

  • The church will be brave and assign people to geographical homegroups where there will be much more diversity.

    Crossroads: Where Faith and Inquiry Meet

  • I've posted some feedback to the Windows team through the links on all of the windows, but they've mostly been little things like the mismatching case in HomeGroups and homegroups.

    MSDN Blogs

  • Post release: Windows 7, homegroups and me - Microsoft released the much anticipated Windows

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Electric Jolt on 05 Nov 2009 - 03: 10 homegroups are for full on noobs. / All


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