Sams Teach Youself Windows XP in a Snap
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Sams Teach Youself Windows XP in a Snap

by Preston Gralla
     
 

You have a great computer with the Windows XP operating system. You surf the web, send e-mail and play the occasional game of Solitaire. There are more programs on it than you know what to do with, but you don't delete any of them in case you ever figure out what they do. Windows XP In a Snap can show you all of that and more than you even knew was possible.

Overview

You have a great computer with the Windows XP operating system. You surf the web, send e-mail and play the occasional game of Solitaire. There are more programs on it than you know what to do with, but you don't delete any of them in case you ever figure out what they do. Windows XP In a Snap can show you all of that and more than you even knew was possible. Did you know you can learn to set up a wireless network at home? Customize your desktop to launch your favorite programs upon start-up? Even build a music library from your CDs? More than 140 essential tips, tricks and techniques will show you how to do all of this, as well as how to stop spam, maximize your computer's performance and troubleshoot hardware problems. Windows XP In a Snap makes it easy for your PC to perform at the top of its game!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780672326714
Publisher:
Sams
Publication date:
07/30/2004
Series:
Sams Teach Yourself Series
Edition description:
User Level: Beginning
Pages:
424
Product dimensions:
7.34(w) x 9.04(h) x 0.91(d)

Meet the Author

Preston Gralla is the best-selling author of nearly 30 books that have been translated into 15 languages, including eBay in a Snap, How the Internet Works, How to Expand and Upgrade PCs, How Wireless Works and many others. A well-known technology guru, he has made many television and radio appearances on many shows and networks, including the CBS Early Show, CNN, MSNBC and ABC World News Now. He has done occasional commentaries about technology for National Public Radio's “All Things Considered.”

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