Preston Gralla, "Windows XP in a Snap"
Publisher: Sams Publishing | ISBN: 067232671X | 2004 | PDF | 432 pages | 21,44 MB
Windows XP is the de facto standard in personal computing operating systems, with millions of users worldwide. Any current computer book best-seller list reflects this huge installed based. Yet this tremendous demand for Windows XP books also reflects the fact that the typical Windows XP user often feels that he or she does not know enough about this complex operating system in order to be as productive and efficient as possible with their computer. These typical Windows XP users aren't intimidated by technology - they just don't have the time to figure out on their own the things they need to learn.Unlike most books designed for beginners, Windows XP in a Snap doesn't waste the reader's time covering the simple stuff they can usually already know, with each mouse click or dialog box painstakingly document for them. Instead, the book is crammed with over 140 truly useful Windows XP tips and techniques. And it is written and organized in a unique random-access format that makes all these nuggets of information or advice instantly and easily accessible. Written by the well-known author of Windows Hacks, Windows XP in a Snap reveals the most important tasks, techniques, and tips for everything from customizing and enhancing a Windows XP system, to stopping spam and viruses, to setting up and troubleshooting a home wireless network. To start download click HERE:NitroflareDepositfiles