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Windows XP Pocket Reference: A Compact Guide to Windows XP
     

Windows XP Pocket Reference: A Compact Guide to Windows XP

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by David A. Karp
 

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Windows XP Pocket Reference is a handy book for power users and system administrators who need a solid reference with quick answers, but not a lot of explanation. This book is a powerful tool that quickly covers XP's applications and tools, tasks and settings, and commands.Windows XP Pocket Reference covers the following topics:

  • Getting

Overview

Windows XP Pocket Reference is a handy book for power users and system administrators who need a solid reference with quick answers, but not a lot of explanation. This book is a powerful tool that quickly covers XP's applications and tools, tasks and settings, and commands.Windows XP Pocket Reference covers the following topics:

  • Getting Started
  • Mouse and Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Components of Windows XP
  • Setting Locator
  • Registry Tweaks
  • Command Prompt & Recovery Console
  • Error Messages
Packed with information in an easy-to-read format, Windows XP Pocket Reference is perfect for someone familiar with Windows who wants to get the most out of Windows XP or needs to support other users as part of their job.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780596552206
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication date:
12/19/2002
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
File size:
6 MB

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Meet the Author

David A. Karp is the author of twelve power-user books, including the bestselling Windows Annoyances series of books and O'Reilly's eBay Hacks. David's books are available in ten languages, and can be found under the short legs of tables around the world.

David is the founder of Annoyances.org, one of the most respected and popular computer help sites on the Interwebs. He writes for PC Magazine, but they're curiously reluctant to publish photos of his bicycle. Notable recognition has come from PC Computing, Windows Magazine, the San Francisco Examiner, and the New York Times.

He scored 30.96647% on the Geek Test (http://www.innergeek.us/), earning a rating of "Total Geek." He hopes future revisions of the test reward publishing his score in the backs of computer books. David spends nearly every spare moment with his son.

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Windows XP Pocket Reference 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
The book is good for my needs, something small and easy to carry. It does have a table of content but who would know where to find a subject? An index is what is needed. Maybe if the book is printed again some time could be given to add an index. The rest of the book will help me and I assume once I use it over a period of time I may know where to look for something.