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Alan Simpson's Windows XP Bible

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If Windows XP can do it, you can do it too … With a new kernel, a new interface, and loads of new multimedia and connectivity features, Windows XP is the most significant Windows upgrade since Windows 95. Written by renowned Windows guru Alan Simpson, this soup-to-nuts guide is just what you need to master XP, whether you want to customize your system so you can work faster, harness the digital media features so you can experience music or movies, or make the most of remote connectivity and networking so you can stay in touch. Inside, you'll find complete coverage of Windows XP
  • Pick up shortcuts and other cool tricks for navigating the new interface
  • Master new Internet tools, including online voice and video in Windows Messenger, Web browsing with Internet Explorer 6, Outlook Express 6 e-mail, Remote Assistance, and more
  • Organize your system to work the way you do — and personalize your screen
  • Get a grip on maintenance, troubleshooting, and managing multiple users
  • Turbocharge your laptop using the latest road warrior tools and techniques
  • Use XP tools and a scanner or digital camera to collect and share photos
  • Download music, organize and play songs on your computer, and burn your own custom audio CDs
  • Create digital movies from your camcorder using Windows Movie Maker
  • Build your own local area network — and discover the latest LAN tricks
  • Tackle partitions, security, the Registry, and other advanced topics
About the Author

About the Author Alan Simpson is a freelance computer/Internet consultant and veteran author of digilit (digital literature). He's the author of more than 80 computer books, published in many languages throughout the world. Alan is best known for his light, conversational writing style and clear jargon-free approach to dealing with technical topics. Prior to writing books full time, Alan taught introductory and advanced computer programming courses at San Diego State University and University of California, San Diego Extension. He also worked as a freelance programmer and computer consultant. He maintains the www.coolnerds.com Web site (when time permits), and can be reached at alan@coolnerds.com. Brian Underdahl is the best-selling author of more than 50 computer books, including several current titles from IDG Books Worldwide: Pocket PCs For Dummies, Opera Web Browser For Dummies, Windows 98 One Step at a Time, Internet Bible, 2nd Edition, Teach Yourself Office 2000, Teach Yourself Windows 2000 Professional, and Teach Yourself Windows Me. Brian spends most of his time at the keyboard, writing about personal computing. When he finds the time, he enjoys taking in the view from the home he and his wife, Darlene, built in the mountains 2,000 feet above Reno, Nevada. He tries to find the time to attend Mensa meetings whenever possible, and he has become a fairly decent gourmet cook in the recent years, too.
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