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    The Hardware Resources category in System Information displays information about resource assignments and possible sharing conflicts among DMA, Forced Hardware, I/O, IRQs, and Memory resources.
    If your computer is a member of a workgroup and is not joined to the network domain, you can still use network resources by entering your domain user name and password.
    To view information about shared resources Using Shared Folders Open Computer Management (Local) In the console tree, click one of the following folders: To view information about the shared resources on the selected computer, click Shares.
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    Because processor and memory resources have such a significant influence on the operation of your computer, it is important to understand how programs use these resources.

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