Find out more about Computer Networks :
A computer network which normally referred as Network are a group of computers and devices connected by communication channels (Wired | Wireless).
A computer network can cause a ease of connection between users and allow them to share everything.
A brief explanation about the details of computer networks and the facilities that these networks provide you: After implementing and setting up a computer network, however small, these networks need continuous maintenance to remain stable.

Ease of Connection :
Users can communicate easily via E-mail and many various ways such as chat rooms, voice call, video call and video conference.

Sharing Hardware :
In a network every computer can access the hardware sources found in the network and use them. For example printing a document via a printer.

Sharing documents and data :
In every network, every privileged user can access information and data available on other computers.
Access to data and information on shared storage devices is one of the most important features of networks.

Sharing Software :
Users connected to each other can execute applications available on other computers of the network.

What is Microsoft-Based Network ?
A Microsoft-Based network is a kind of a network which all the computers including clients and servers use Microsoft operation systems (windows).

Client-Based operation systems :
Windows XP, 7, 8, 10.

Server-Based operation systems :
Windows server 2003, Windows server 2012R2, Windows server 2016.
Among the features of this model of networks, the following can be mentioned :
Managing employees and computers and also escalating privilege via ACTIVE DIRECTORY.
Sharing hardware such as printers between multiple devices and sharing files and folders.
Managing inputs and outputs such as USB FLASH DRIVE, DVD/CD …
Setting dynamic IP via DHCP server.
High speed and safe connection between networks via VPN.
File and document management via NTFS permissions.
Installing windows and related drivers via WDS services.
Updating all the packages via WSUS.
Virtualization via Hyper-V.