This easy-to-follow guide shows anyone running Windows XP how to take advantage of the power, stability, and versatility of the most popular operating system in use today. The coverage of basic system features enables you to use your computer effectively and efficiently. You can learn to access the control panel and customize settings, use keyboard commands, operate and maintain hardware, use all the software properly, and enjoy all the digital entertainment features. The key updates to this edition include full details on Service Pack 2 - which provides increased protection against viruses, hackers, and worms - and how it affects security, email, home networking, and firewalls. The new interface and components of Media Player 10 are also covered, making downloading, playing and organizing music and videos much easier.
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(233mm x 188mm x 22mm)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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Author Biography - Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons (Saint Jo, TX) is a freelance author and technical trainer. He's written more than thirty computing and technology books since 1998, including How To Do Everything with Windows XP, Windows XP Headaches, and Mac OS X Headaches. He also teaches several Internet courses on computing and digital photography which are distributed through the Education To Go network. These courses are available at hundreds of junior and senior colleges throughout the U.S but are not directly available to the public on the Internet -- students have to sign up at a local college first.