[E-Book] ☆ Windows XP in a Nutshell | by ✓ David A.Karp Tim O'Reilly Troy Mott

Windows XP in a Nutshell By David A.Karp Tim O'Reilly Troy Mott,

  • Title: Windows XP in a Nutshell
  • Author: David A.Karp Tim O'Reilly Troy Mott
  • ISBN: 9780596002497
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • This compact and comprehensive book systematically unveils what resolute users of the new Windows XP operating system will find interesting and useful, with little known details, utility programs, and configuration settings all captured in a consistent reference format.A hands on guide, Windows XP in a Nutshell cuts through the hype and gives practical details you can useThis compact and comprehensive book systematically unveils what resolute users of the new Windows XP operating system will find interesting and useful, with little known details, utility programs, and configuration settings all captured in a consistent reference format.A hands on guide, Windows XP in a Nutshell cuts through the hype and gives practical details you can use every day It s written by David A Karp, the best selling author whose no nonsense Annoyances books and web site Annoyances have helped thousands of users solve problems and improve their experience with Windows The co author is none other than Tim O Reilly, founder of O Reilly Associates, whose books have revolutionized computer book publishing with their commonsense approach and depth of detail.At the heart of the book is a 200 plus page reference section titled Windows XP Applications and Tools, containing Detailed information on most of the commands and utilities available with Windows XP, including Start Menu accessories, command prompt tools, hidden system administration utilities such as the Registry Editor, Microsoft Management Console, and TweakUI A comprehensive Where to Find It section designed to give Windows 9x Me and Windows NT 2000 users a guide to the XP counterparts to previously familiar features, plus information on installing and upgrading The Task and Setting Index, which provides users with quick access to locations of the hundreds of settings in Windows XP, organized alphabetically A complete reference to the command prompt not only covering the basics of the command line and the different ways to use it, but also the advanced commands and scripting features at Windows XP s disposal Packed with numerous tips and tricks, while warning of potential pitfalls, Windows XP in a Nutshell enables anyone to get the most out of all the resources available in XP.
    Windows XP in a Nutshell This compact and comprehensive book systematically unveils what resolute users of the new Windows XP operating system will find interesting and useful with little known details utility programs and

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    1. As noted in the shelf tag, I abandoned this one.It did what I needed it to do, which was provide survival tools for someone me who hadn t touched a Microsoft OS in 10 years.This is not really the sort of book that s intended to be read in a linear fashion, any than the dictionary is Nonetheless, some reference works have such engaging content that they can profitably perused in a linear fashion The occasional rare soul does that with the Encyclopedia Britannica, for instance This is not one of [...]

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