Peter Norton's Complete Guide to Windows XP by Peter Norton

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Peter Norton's Complete Guide to Microsoft Windows XP is a comprehensive, user-friendly guide written in the highly acclaimed Norton style. This unique approach teaches the features of Windows XP with clear explanations of the many new technologies designed to improve your system performance. The book demonstrates all of the newest features available for increasing your OS performance. You will find Peter's Principles, communications, networking, printing, performance, troubleshooting, and compatibility tips throughout the book. Whether you're just starting out or have years of experience, Peter Norton's Guide to Microsoft Windows XP has the answers, explanations, and examples you need.


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Peter Norton flagship titles, Peter Norton's DOS Guide and Peter Norton's Inside the PC, have provided the same insight and education to computer users worldwide for nearly two decades. Peter's books are among the best selling and most-respected in the history of personal computing. John Paul Mueller is a freelance author and technical editor, having produced 35 books and nearly 200 articles in topics ranging from networking, artificial intelligence, and database management. Some of his current book include a Windows 98 user level book, and ActiveX/ISAPI programmer's guide, and a Windows NT Web server handbook. John wrote the previous edition of this book on Windows 2000 Professional.
Published October 28, 1997 by Sams Publishing. 752 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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