Synopses & Reviews
Fixing Windows XP is primarily focused on providing the most up-to-date information on troubleshooting. Written in an approachable and conversational style, the book can be a stand-alone text or bundled with the Andrews' A+ Series. It provides students with everything that they need to know to understand troubleshooting software, and think critically about resolving computer malfunctions.
Fixing Windows XP is primarily focused on providing the most up-to-date information on troubleshooting.
Fixing Windows XP is focused on providing the most up-to-date information on troubleshooting the XP operating system. Written in a conversational and approachable style, this book is effective as both a standalone text or as a supplement to Andrews' A+ Guide Series. It offers information critical to understanding how to troubleshoot software and resolve computer malfunctions.
About the Author
Jean Andrews has more than thirty years of experience in the computer industry, including more than thirteen years in the college classroom. She has worked in a variety of businesses and corporations designing, writing, and supporting application software; managing a PC repair help desk; and troubleshooting wide area networks. She has written numerous books on software, hardware, and the Internet, including the bestselling A+ Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC, 6th Edition, and A+ Guide to Hardware: Managing, Maintaining and Troubleshooting, Fourth Edition. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
Table of Contents
1. Making Windows XP Young Again 2. Make Windows XP Boot Like New 3. Pigs in the Parlor and Mice in the Pantry 4. XP Pest Control 5. Wired and Wireless Made Easy 6. Upgrading Your Windows XP Computer 7. Fixing This and That 8. Resurrecting the Dead Appendix A: Useful Web Sites and Other Resources Appendix B: Entry points for startup processes Appendix C: Recovery Console Commands Appendix D: Pictorial Glossary Glossary Index