My Network Places
My Network Places replaces Network Neighborhood in Windows for browsing available network connections, computer, and devices. In a home network setting, My Network Places can display the other computers, network printers, and other network resources. In an office setting, it can display computers, servers, and network printers in the users local workgroup. With the release of Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows 7, My Network Places has been renamed to Network.
An icon for Network Neighborhood, My Network Places, or Network may be on the Windows Desktop and is also accessible through the Windows Explorer.