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By John R. Levine, Margaret Levine Young, Douglas Muder and Alison Barrows.
Windows XP, ME, and 2000 may be out, but there are still lots of people using Windows 98. (Hey, we do, on some of our computers!) This mammoth book covers 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 98, so you can get going and up to speed fast.
If you use Windows ME (Millennium Edition), check out Windows ME: The Complete Reference. If you use Windows XP, see Windows XP: The Complete Reference.
This book covers Windows 98 First Edition. You may have Windows 98 Second Edition, which has improved Internet connection software and later versions of Interent Explorer and Outlook Express. If you use use Windows 98 Second Edition, you may want to get Windows ME: The Complete Reference instead -- Windows ME is based on 98 Second Edition.
The fabulous CD-ROM
The informative web site
Table of Contents
What's New in Windows 98
Part I: Working in Windows 98
Part II: Managing Your Disk
Part III: Configuring Windows for Your Computer
Part IV: Windows 98 on the Internet
Part V: Networking with Windows 98
Part VI: Windows Housekeeping
Part VII: Behind the Scenes: Windows 98 Internals
Updates to Windows 98: The Complete Reference.
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