Windows ME Annoyances
By (author) David A. Karp
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Windows ME Annoyances by David A. Karp
Book DescriptionIn an ideal world, an operating system is a collection of software that handles a computer's "dirty work" invisibly, quickly and, most of all, painlessly. For many of us, however, Microsoft Windows exists outside this ideal world. We are annoyed by "personalized menus" that keep changing, icons we don't use cluttering up our workspace, periodic crashes, unintelligible error messages, and inadequate documentation to help us figure it all out. This text provides the insider information needed for overcoming Windows' many annoyances and limitations. Whether you're looking to finally solve a nagging problem, dramatically improve system performance, or customize the interface to better suit your work habits, the "Windows Me Annoyances" solution-oriented format aims to make finding information and implementing solutions easy and pain-free. Based on the author's Annoyances.org Web sites, "Windows Me Annoyances" delivers a collection of techniques and tools for customizing Windows Me, including: several approaches and hidden tools for working with the Windows registry, the database of system- and application-specific configuration information; how to bypass Windows road-blocks such as the Home Networking and System Restore wizards, allowing you to take control of the processes; a tutorial and reference on automation with the Windows Scripting Host as a means of eliminating many Windows Me annoyances; using third-party software and utilities to handle some of the more complex workarounds and customizations; and dealing with software that overwrites your file associations and other settings without warning. "Windows Me Annoyances" is an intermediate and advanced Windows user's resource for turning Windows into the user-friendly, customizable interface it was meant to be, but does not always manage to be on its own.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780596000608
(230mm x 154mm x 24mm)
Imprint: O'Reilly Media, Inc, USA
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc, USA
Publish Date: 6-Apr-2001
Country of Publication: United States
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Author Biography - David A. Karp
David A. Karp, a graduate from the University of California at Berkeley in mechanical engineering, is a specialist in user-interface design and software engineering. He currently consults on Internet technology, intranet security, and web site production, and has written for a number of magazines, most recently Windows Sources, Windows Pro Magazine, and New Media. Author of the bestselling books Windows Annoyances and Windows 98 Annoyances, he created the Annoyances.org web site, upon which this book is based. The Annoyances web sites for Windows 95 and Windows 98 have been repeatedly cited as among the best technical resources on the Web. Noted recognition has come from such sources as PC Computing magazine, Windows Magazine, the San Francisco Examiner, and the New York Times. While he's not writing, you can usually find him outdoors or getting his hands dirty with yet another project.
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