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Windows® 2000 secrets® Boost Performance with the Best-Kept Secrets in the Business Jam-packed with step-by-step procedures, insider advice, and time-saving shortcuts, this unique guide helps you make the most of all of the great new features in Windows 2000, from plug-and-play support to improved network connectivity. Written by three Windows pros, Windows 2000 Secrets is all you need to unleash the hidden power of this revolutionary operating system. Harness the Secrets of Windows 2000
This unique guide uncovers hundreds of undocumented features and shortcuts in the new operating system to help users optimize performance and productivity. The CD set provides hundreds of freeware and shareware applications, utilities, and games. An electronic version of the book is also included for people on the go.
Windows 2000 Secrets is the ultimate resource guide for accessing hidden techniques and undocumented features within Windows 2000.
With over 800 pages, plus a bonus CD-ROM on how to boost productivity within this revolutionary new operating system, Windows 2000 Secrets provides eye-opening step-by-step procedures, insider advice, and time saving to help the advanced user address the following topics. . .
One CD-ROM in pocket attached to inside back cover.
About the Author
About the Authors Brian Livingston is a contributing editor to InfoWorld and coauthor of the bestselling Windows® Secrets® series, which has more than 1.3 million copies in print in more than 30 languages. Bruce Brown is the creator of BugNet and the author of numerous books. Bruce Kratofil is the president of BJK Research and a senior editor of BugNet. He was also a contributor to the "Windows 95 Bug Collection."
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Read This First.
PART I: Setup and Configuration.
Chapter 2: Installing Windows 2000 Professional.
Chapter 3: Advanced Windows 2000 Professional Installation.
Chapter 4: Hardware and Software Compatibility.
Chapter 5: Troubleshooting.
PART II: User Interface.
Chapter 6: What You See on the Screen.
Chapter 7: Take Control of Your System.
Chapter 8: Customizing Your Working Environment.
Chapter 9: Secrets of the Windows 2000 Applets.
PART III: Communications.
Chapter 10: Modems.
Chapter 11: Connecting to an ISP with Dial-up Networking.
Chapter 12: Internet Explorer 5.
Chapter 13: Outlook Express.
PART IV: Hardware.
Chapter 14: Managing Your Computer with the Control Panel.
Chapter 15: Managing Your System with the Microsoft Management Console.
Chapter 16: The Registry.
Chapter 17: Managing Drives.
Chapter 18: Printers and Fonts.
PART V: Networking with Windows 2000 Professional.
Chapter 19: Networking Basics.
Chapter 20: Installing Networking Hardware.
Chapter 21: Windows 2000 Workstations on Third-Party Networks.
End-user License Agreement.
Installing the CD-ROM.
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