Using Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition [Special Edition] PDF ePub eBook

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Using Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition [Special Edition] free pdf The only Windows XP Home book you need! Windows 95/98/Me users rejoice! Finally, the stability of Windows NT/2000 in an operating system built for the home and small business user--Windows XP has answered many prayers. Don't be fooled, though. Under those millions of lines of code, under the spit polished interface and under the hype lies an operating system that can be elegant one moment and confounding the next. This book will help you avoid making the leap from 9x to XP unprepared. Also included, more than 45 minutes from Brainsville.com! This unique video package brings Bob and Brian right on the desktop, who introduce the viewer to Windows XP and demonstrate how to use it, covering topics ranging from mastering the new XP user interface to how to set up and fine tune a local area network.

About Robert Cowart

Robert Cowart has written more than 30 books on computer programmingand applications, with more than a dozen on Windows. His titles includeWindows NT Unleashed, Mastering Windows 98, Windows NT ServerAdministrator's Bible, and Windows NT Server 4.0: No ExperienceRequired. Several of his books have been best sellers in their category, andhave been translated into more than 20 languages. He has written on a wide rangeof computer-related topics for such magazines as PC Week, PCWorld, PC Magazine, PC Tech Journal, Mac World, andMicrosoft Systems Journal. In addition to working as a freelanceconsultant specializing in small businesses, he has taught programming classesat the University of California Extension in San Francisco. He has appeared as aspecial guest on the PBS TV series Computer Chronicles, CNN'sHeadline News, ZD-TV's The Screen Savers, and ABC'sWorld News Tonight with Peter Jennings. He is president and co-founder ofBrainsville.com, a company specializing in creating multimedia trainingmaterials. Robert resides in Berkeley, California. In his spare time he is involved in the music world, presenting chamber-musicconcerts and playing classical piano. He also is a teacher of the TranscendentalMeditation technique, and meditates regularly in hopes of rewiring his innercomputer. Brian Knittel has been a software developer for more than 20 years.After doing graduate work in nuclear medicine and magnetic resonance imagingtechnologies, he began a career as an independent consultant. An eclectic mix ofclients have led to long-term projects in medical documentation, workflowmanagement, real-time industrial system control, and most importantly, 15 yearsof real-world experience with MS-DOS, Windows, and computer networking in thebusiness world. Previously, he co-authored Special Edition Using MicrosoftWindows 2000 Professional and contributed to several of Bob Cowart'sother Windows books. Brian lives in Albany, California, halfway between thetidal wave zone and the earthquake fault. He spends his free time restoringantique computers and trying to perfect his wood-fired pizza recipes. Elaine Kreston has been a contributing author on other computer booktitles, and is a creator and designer of Web sites. Her natural affinity forhelping others solve computer problems was discovered while procrastinating fromher real job, that of a professional cellist. Mark Edward Soper has been a PC user for 18 years, and has been acomputer trainer and technical writer since 1988. Author of more than 150magazine articles and several books, including The Complete Idiot'sGuide to High-Speed Internet Connections and TechTV's Upgrading YourPC, he also has written frequently about Windows from version 3.1 to Windows2000. He lives in Evansville, Indiana, where he enjoys researching the historyof transportation. James Michael Stewart has been writing about Microsoft, the Internet,and certification for nearly seven years. Michael has contributed to more than75 books in this area. Michael's technical interests include ITcertification, Windows, security, and the Internet. Michael also is aninstructor at Networld Interop. He spends his spare time learning to doeverything, one hobby at a time. Will Schmied (BSET, MCSE 2000, MCSA, CWNA, Server , Network , A ) is afreelance consultant and technical writer. Will has contributed works to severalof the Internet's largest ITWeb sites, including MCPMag.com, TCPMag.com,TechRepublic.com, CertCities.com, Cramsession.com, ISAServer.org, andMSExchange.org. Will has also worked on books for several publishers, includingQue, Osborne/McGraw Hill, and Syngress, in addition to several print magazinearticles. Will holds a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering T

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Author : Robert Cowart
Publisher : Que Corporation,U.S.
Data Published : 13 September 2002
ISBN : 0789728516
EAN : 9780789728517
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 1056 pages
Age + : 18 years
Language : English
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