troubleshooting Question

can't browse computes on the network

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There is a network with about > 10 PCs (WIndows 7 Pro) without a file server.
When I open "My Computer" and choose "Network" on left window pane, I can't see ANY COMPUTER listed.
I thought when you install WIndows 7, by default, network device discovery function is enabled. Apparently it is not on any of the computers on this particular network.
Also when I ping a particular PC on the network by computer name, it does not give me 192.168.1.x. Instead of it displays long numbers and digits with a lot of ":".
How can I display computers on the network and how can I display IP v4 address when I ping the computer name?
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