Windows 98: The Complete Reference

Windows 98: The Complete Reference


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780078823435
Publisher: Osborne/McGraw-Hill
Publication date: 05/01/1998
Series: Complete Reference Series
Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
Pages: 1001
Product dimensions: 7.38(w) x 9.11(h) x 2.13(d)

Table of Contents

Part I: Working in Windows 98. Running Programs. Installing Programs.Working with Documents in Windows 98. Using Accessories. Getting Help.Copying, Moving, and Sharing Information Between Programs. Part II: Managing Your Disk. Using Files and Folders. Managing Files and Folders. Backing Up Your Files. Formatting and Partitioning Disks. Part III: Configuring Windows for Your Computer. Setting Up Your Start Menu and Taskbar. Setting Up Your Desktop. Configuring Your Keyboard and Mouse. Adding and Removing Hardware. Setting Up Printers and Fonts.Working with Sound and Graphics. Working with Video. Running Windows 98 on Laptops. Accessibility Options. Part IV: Windows 98 on the Internet.Configuring Windows to Work with Your Modem. Connecting to PPP and SLIP Accounts. E-Mail and Newsgroups Using Outlook Express. Browsing theWorld Wide Web. Working with Your Browser. Building Web Pages with FrontPage Express. Conferencing Over the Internet with Microsoft Chat and NetMeeting. Other Internet Programs that Come with Windows 98. Part V: Networking with Windows 98. Understanding Local Area Networks.Creating a Windows Peer-to-Peer Network. Connecting to Novell NetWare and Windows NT Networks. Sharing Drives and Printers. Computer and Network Security.Part VI: Windows Housekeeping. Keeping Your Disk Safe. Compressing Disks and Patitions. Tuning Windows 98 for Maximum Performance. Troubleshooting Windows 98. Other Windows 98 Resources. Part VII: Behind the Scenes: Windows 98 Internals. Windows 98 Configuration and Control Files. Windows 98 Internals. Windows 98 Configuration and Control Files.Registering Programs and File Types. Running DOS Programs and Commands.Automating Tasks with the Windows Scripting Host. Appendices: A: Installing or Upgrading to Windows 98.

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