The default configuration is for NetBIOS to be configured by a dhcp server and the dhcp will send the client computer the local network WINS server to resolve the NetBIOS names. In a home network you probably don't have a WINS server so you will need to reconfigure the network adapter on each computer to NetBIOS over TCP/IP this way allow the computers to use what is called a B-node which allows the clients to announce and discover other NetBIOS hosts and resolve them.
It's pretty much the same process to configure this on XP thru Windows 10
Click on Start, then Control Panel
Click on Network Connections
Right click on your network adapter and select Properties
Select TCP/IP or TCP/IP v4 on Vista on newer
Click on the WINS tab and select NetBIOS over TCP/IP