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Windows XP Manual: The Survival Manual Hardcover – 16 Oct 2003
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'the essential guide if you are on the verge of making the switch to XP' Computer Consultant
Pitched at intermediate through to advanced level and covering both the Home Edition and Professional versions of Windows XP, this jargon-free, critical guide should help the reader to make a painless and rewarding transition from any earlier version of Windows. With worked examples, tips and tweaks aplenty, and hundreds of full-colour screenshots on hand, the reader learns how to make the most of Microsoft's most powerful and stable operating system to date - and how to avoid hidden pitfalls. Topics range from security and networking to improving performance and customizing Windows to suit your own working style. The book covers: upgrading seamlessly; key changes and benefits; a comprehensive walkthrough of Windows XP; working smarter and faster; keeping Windows secure; using advanced features; the differences between Home Edition and Professional; and trouble shooting common problems.See all Product description
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11 January 2013
Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase
Good - its a bit OTT to send in a long report on a book on computing but this book is very good absolutely no complaints
9 November 2010
Well written and copiously illustrated. Pitched at a level between novice and expert it was very helpful to me. The section on trouble shooting is very basic but this topic is covered in far more detail in the companion volume "Computer Troubleshooting", also published by Haynes.