Synopses & Reviews
Computer users can breathe easier when they open Windows XP.
Tossing technical jargon out the window, this newly revised edition of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Windows XP presents easy-to-understand, step-by-step methods of navigating the Windows XP operating system, providing lots of useful examples to illustrate the many uses of the system. Inside, readers will find:
• Instructions on how to maintain and troubleshoot Windows XP, including a “10-Step” maintenance program—and new information on how to perform simple “hacks”
• Up-to-date coverage of Windows XP, including critical information on Service Pack 2
• Extensive coverage of Windows XP’s graphic programs, including working with images, obtaining pictures from a scanner and digital camera, using Media Player, and more
• Special emphasis on Windows XP’s Internet features such as Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, and security features built into XP
This completely updated and revised guide to the functions of Windows XP-Mircosoft's latest operating system designed to work seamlessly between a PC and the World Wide Web-offers more multimedia features...so users will be able to play movies, burn CDs, and edit videos and digital images with less effort than ever before.
This completely updated and revised guide to the functions of Windows XP offers a host of multimedia features so users will be able to play movies, burn CDs, and edit videos and digital images with less effort than ever before.
About the Author
PAUL McFEDRIES has worked with (yelled at, and kicked) computers since 1975, yet still manages to keep his sanity intact. The author of more than three dozen computer books, including The Complete Idiot’s Guide® to Windows 98, The Complete Idiot’s Guide® to Windows Me, and The Complete Idiot’s Guide® to Windows 2000 Professional, Paul’s titles have sold over two million copies worldwide.