I’m trying to setup a Homegroup connection between my desktop and laptop computers. Both are Windows 10. The desktop is connected to my router via Ethernet and the laptop uses wireless. The Homegroup on the laptop seems to be working ok. When I click Homegroup in Windows Explorer, it shows the files on the laptop. Setting up the desktop is not working. When I click Homegroup in Windows Explorer I get the message “No other Homegroup PCs are available right now” (even though the laptop is on and ready). The Homegroup troubleshooter finds nothing. The Network and Sharing Center shows that a Homegroup is “Available to join”. However, when I attempt to join, I get the error “Windows no longer detects a Homegroup on this network. To create a new Homegroup click on the Homegroup Control Panel”. But when I use the Homegroup control panel, it indicates that I have created Homegroup on the network! And the only option is to “Join now”. When I click the “Join now” button, I again get the error “Windows no longer detects a Homegroup on this network ….”. I’m going around in circles.