How to Use Microsoft Windows XP
Visually in Full ColorBook - 2002
The visual way to learn how to use the most exciting new release of Windows since Windows 95 Will be day-and-20011010 with the new version of Windows for the home and corporate desktop-called Windows XP Completely updated to include coverage of all the new features of Windows XP, including its completely new interface, plus Internet Explorer 6, Media Player 8, and Movie Maker 1.1 New edition of a multimillion dollar bestseller, offering a beginning-level visual approach to learning the basics of Windows How to Use Micrsosoft? Windows XP is designed to teach the new Windows XP user how to get the most out of a desktop computer. It also provides coverage for the experienced Windows user who wants to learn more about what's new in Windows XP. The book includes extensive coverage of Windows XP's new features, including: Windows XP's new user interface and enhanced reliability and manageability; browsing the Web with Internet Explorer 6; setting up Windows XP's enhanced wireless and home networking features; playing MP3s and streaming media files with Windows Media Player 8; and editing digital video with Windows Movie Maker 1.1. Walter Glenn has helped thousands of beginning users learn Windows and how it can help them get their job done. He has authored several books on Windows 98, Micrsosoft? Word, and Windows NT/2000. He is a Micrsosoft? Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and is president of Greyfeather Consulting Services based in Huntsville, Alabama. Other books by Walter Glenn include:Sams Teach Yourself MCSE Windows NT Server 4.0 in 14 Days, 0-672-31128-3.
Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind. : Sams, c2002
Characteristics: v, 289 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm
Alternative Title: Microsoft Windows XP