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Power users get just as frustrated with Windows XP as everyone else. Maybe more. Don’t get mad: Fix those annoyances.
How many times have you told Windows Explorer to list detailed file information, only to see big worthless icons again, next time? David Karp shows how to fix that, forever. Speaking of Windows Explorer, it can finally rename multiple files at once. Karp shows how -- and shows you the ancient DOS command that’s still better.
Know how to use Registry patches to copy critical customizations between computers? Or how to turn off defaults that are slowing down your PC? (That’s just one of the tips in Karp’s 60-page optimization chapter.) Karp smoothes away annoyances related to networking, security, web browsing, you name it. Read this, and you’ll be a far happier Windows user. Bill Camarda, from the December 2004 Read Only