Windows XP (Visual QuickStart Guides)

Windows XP (Visual QuickStart Guides)

by Chris Fehily (Author)

Synopsis

If you've recently installed the latest Windows XP update, Service Pack 2, or just want to get to know your operating system a little better, you'll want this thoroughly updated, task-based reference from veteran author Chris Fehily.

In typical, to-the-point, Visual QuickStart style, Chris gets right down to business, introducing you to the Window XP interface before moving on to topics such as installing and removing programs; working with documents, accessories, and multimedia; going online; printing; handling hardware issues; and maintenance.

Step-by-step instructions and loads of tips, tricks, and visual aids make all of Windows XP's features instantly accessible, including those new in Service Pack 2: Windows Security Center, Pop-Up Blocker, Windows Firewall, and more! In no time, you'll be using the desktop, working with files, and using Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, Windows Media Player, Movie Maker, and more.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 584
Edition: 2
Publisher: Peachpit Press
Published: 04 Mar 2005

ISBN 10: 0321335848
ISBN 13: 9780321335845
Book Overview: If you've recently installed the latest Windows XP update, Service Pack 2, or just want to get to know your operating system a little better, you'll want this thoroughly updated, task-based reference from veteran author Chris Fehily. In typical, to-the-point, Visual QuickStart style, Chris gets right down to business, introducing you to the Window XP interface before moving on to topics such as installing and removing programs; working with documents, accessories, and multimedia; going online; printing; handling hardware issues; and maintenance. Step-by-step instructions and loads of tips, tricks, and visual aids make all of Windows XP's features instantly accessible, including those new in Service Pack 2: Windows Security Center, Pop-Up Blocker, Windows Firewall, and more! In no time, you'll be using the desktop, working with files, and using Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, Windows Media Player, Movie Maker, and more.

Author Bio
Chris Fehily is a writer and consultant living in San Francisco.