Windows ME: The Complete Reference

Old version This book describes an old version of this program. You probably want the book that corresponds to whichever version of the program you have or are planning to buy. Our books about newer versions include Windows XP, the Complete Reference.

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By John R. Levine, Margaret Levine Young, Douglas Muder, Alison Barrows and Rima S. Regas.
October 2000, 985 pages, US$39.99. ISBN 0-07-212751-1

Windows ME (Millennium Edition) is a version of Windows intended for use in homes and small businesses. It's an update of Windows 98, with lots of nice little improvements, and it came loaded on most IBM-compatible PCs from October 2000 until October 2001, when Windows XP Home Edition came out. If you have a choice between Windows ME and Windows XP, we highly recommend Windows XP, which is much more stable.

Our 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 ME, so you can get going and up to speed fast.


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