By John R. Levine, Margaret Levine Young, Douglas Muder, Alison Barrows and Rima S. Regas.
Windows XP is the latest version of Windows, and it's intended for use in corporations, small offices, and homes. It's an update of both Windows ME (Microsoft's home version of Windows) and Windows 2000 (the corporate version), with many improvements on both, and it comes loaded on most new IBM-compatible PCs. Our mammoth book covers both versions of Windows XP: Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Home Edition. We include an enormous range of topics, from configuring your desktop to getting on line to configuring your Web browser to setting up LANs and Internet connections to coercing ancient DOS applications to run. Every page offers the benefits of our hand-to-hand combat with Windows XP, so you can get going and up to speed fast.
About Windows XP: The Complete Reference.
|Available at these on-line stores.|
Send comments or questions about this book to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Return to the
The Internet Gurus Central Books Page.
This page © 2002-2008 I.E.C.C. Last updated 2003/02/20 14:39.