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 configuration settings all captured in a consistent reference format.
A hands-on guide,Windows XP in a Nutshellcuts 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.org) 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:
Packed with numerous tips and tricks, while warning of potential pitfalls,Windows XP in a Nutshellenables anyone to get the most out of all the resources available in XP.
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Libraries with old Windows XP titles might think about updating with one or more of these newer editions; all of them cover Service Pack 2 (SP2), which should by now be installed on most XP systems ... Read full review
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As the installed base of Microsoft's newest operating system, XP, grows, guides to its use will continue to proliferate (see also Computer Media, LJ 3/1/02). Upgraders with little previous experience ... Read full review