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Gymnasts develop “muscle memory” for their routines. This book’s hands-on workouts help you develop muscle memory for Windows XP, so even complicated tasks become second nature. Don’t worry about fouling up your system, either. You’re working with a simulator: your personal Windows sandbox, where it’s impossible to mess up settings or lose data.
These workouts cover pretty much everything typical Windows XP users need to know. There’s beginner’s stuff like logons and navigating programs (making this a great gift for Grandma, along with her new PC). But there’s just as much stuff for experienced users. Listening to Internet radio stations. Freeing space on crowded hard drives. Controlling security on shared folders. Scheduling automated tasks. You’d want to do quite a few of these things, if only you knew how. Now you will. Bill Camarda, from the January 2005 Read Only