Reveals how to master every aspect of Windows 2000 Professional, from installation, tune-ups, and software to the Internet, multimedia, mobile computing, and advanced topics. Registry tweaking and network management. Softcover, CD-ROM included, DLC:Microsoft Windows(Computer file).
|Series:||Bible Series , #134|
|Product dimensions:||7.42(w) x 9.26(h) x 2.19(d)|
About the Author
About the Authors Michael Desmond is an award-winning computer industry journalist, author, and editorial consultant. He is the author of Peter Norton's Complete Guide to PC Upgrades, 2nd Edition, coauthor of Platinum Edition: Using Windows 95, and a contributor to numerous other computing books. Previously senior editor of news at PC World magazine and president of the Computer Press Association, Michael now runs an editorial consulting business for high-tech companies and publishers. His Web site can be found at http://www.MichaelDesmond.com. Michael is also an adjunct professor of journalist at St. Michael's College. Michael earned an M.S. in Journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, and a B.A. in Soviet Studies from Middlebury College in Vermont. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Michael now lives in Burlington, Vermont, with his wife Anne and sons Kevin and Patrick. Michael Meadhra is an author and consultant who writes about a variety of computer-related topics. After several years experience in the corporate world, he began writing monthly software journals and now writes books such as this one. To date, he has coauthored or contributed to more than 30 titles on topics such as DOS, Windows, various application programs, the Internet, and online banking. Meadhra's other recent books include Lotus SmartSuite Millennium Edition For Dummies, Banking Online For Dummies, and StarOffice For Linux For Dummies, all published by IDG Books Worldwide. Blair Rampling is an information technology consultant from Delta, British Columbia. He specializes in bringing large, unruly networks into neat running order. Optimizing servers and reducing administrative overhead are his main focii, along with Microsoft Exchange administration. In the off hours, he enjoys mountain biking in the incredible trails around Southern BC and building cars for drag racing. Bob Correll received a B.S. in History at the United States Air Force Academy. He served as an Intelligence Officer in the US Air Force for seven and a half years, working in several disciplines. After leaving the Air Force he was hired by Macmillan Computer Publishing as a Software Specialist and after a year was promoted to Development Editor. He left Macmillan to work for a school corporation in Indiana and was responsible for training and professional development. He is now pursuing a full-time writing and technical editing career.