Because Your Computer Should Improve Your Life, Not Complicate It
No Nonsense Guides are here. With a plainspoken approach, these books are inexpensive starters that are light on idle chat and heavy on practical advice. They're lean and mean and stripped down to fighting weight, so you'll get from point A to point Z with instruction that's short and sweet, clear and concise. So, crack the cover and unleash enough useful information and helpful pointers to transform you into a first-rate Windows XP user.
What you'll do inside:
About the Author
- Understand how Windows XP works
- Customize interface colors and appearance
- Control Windows XP through the mouse and keyboard
- Install, run, and remove programs
- Play and store music
- Watch and record movies
- Browse the Internet
- Communicate via email
- Save and organize data
Wally Wang is the author of the best-selling Steal This Computer Book (No Starch Press) now in its second edition, Visual Basic For Dummies, Microsoft Office For Dummies and Programming For Dummies. When not writing computer books, he writes a monthly column, covering encryption, computer security, viruses, and password stealing, for Boardwatch magazine (http://www.boardwatch.com). He also co-authored the forthcoming Breaking Into Acting For Dummies with Hollywood Producer, Larry Garrison, scheduled for publication in the next month. Wally has been performing stand-up comedy since 1990, appearing on A&E's Evening at the Improv as well as performing regularly in comedy clubs in Las Vegas since 1997.