Windows XP Power Tools

Windows XP Power Tools

by Jim Boyce
     
 
Step-by-Step Instruction Helps You Harness the Full Power of Windows XP
Whether you're running Windows XP Home Edition or Professional, Windows XP Power Tools arms you with the advanced skills you need to become the ultimate power user. Full of undocumented tips and tricks and written by a Windows expert, this book provides you with step-by-step instructions for

Overview

Step-by-Step Instruction Helps You Harness the Full Power of Windows XP
Whether you're running Windows XP Home Edition or Professional, Windows XP Power Tools arms you with the advanced skills you need to become the ultimate power user. Full of undocumented tips and tricks and written by a Windows expert, this book provides you with step-by-step instructions for customization, optimization, troubleshooting and shortcuts for working more efficiently. A must-have for power users and network administrators, Windows XP Power Tools includes a CD filled with power tools including security, e-mail, diagnostic and data recovery utilities.
Coverage includes:
* Performing network, automated, and unattended installations
* Controlling Windows XP startup and shutdown
* Controlling printing
* Auditing the system
* Adding and removing OS components
* Understanding and managing the Registry
* Working with Device Manager
* Setting up and troubleshooting incoming and outgoing connections
* Hosting FTP sites
* Performing backups and recovering from disasters
* Managing users and groups
* Setting up, monitoring, and managing Remote Access
* Configuring and optimizing TCP/IP
* Managing certificates
* Configuring VPN connections
* Encrypting your files

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780782140675
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
05/17/2002
Edition description:
BK&CD-ROM
Pages:
848
Product dimensions:
7.58(w) x 9.08(h) x 1.77(d)

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Meet the Author

Jim Boyce has authored and/or co-authored over 40 computer books, many of them for Windows power users. Jim has been a contributing editor for Windows Magazine and WinMag.com, and continues to write numerous articles for pubs including Tech Republic, PC Mag and InfoWorld. Jim has been working with computers since the late 70s.

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