The Win7 family group function is used in Win8, which makes it easy for users to share files and folders in the LAN. The settings are basically the same, let's take a look at how Win8 uses the HomeGroup feature to share files and folders.
If you are a technology emperor or have been very clear about the use of the Win7 family, you can drift directly through.
First, after the win+x command menu, open Control Panel-select homegroup and share options
If no one in the LAN has ever created a homegroup, we'll create one ourselves, click Create HomeGroup-next-next. Once created, the system will automatically eject a default homegroup password, and we'll write it down.
Now we're going to use the other computers in the local area network to join the homegroup and enter the password that the system has just assigned to the homegroup.
Select what you want to share
After joining the HomeGroup, if there are other files that need to be shared, we can just right-click the file and choose the sharing method as appropriate.
When we're done, we'll directly click on the "HomeGroup" in the left column of File Explorer to see the files that are shared by the HomeGroup members.