Windows networking - Definition from the Hotspot Shield Glossary

Windows Networking is basically any network that is implemented on Windows Operating Systems or using Windows Server OS versions.

A windows network is also referred to as a Windows Domain where all the devices attached to the network have been registered with a central domain or domain controller. Windows Networking can use either Active Directory to organize the devices, or the Workgroup concept. There have been many versions of Windows networking tools available with the initial version for release that was Windows Server 2003. In Windows networking there are many customization options available that allow a network to be implemented around a business or in a home environment together with great security features.