10 Minute Guide to Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Que, February, 2002.
Paperback, 180 pages.
This handy, quick reference book contains concise solutions and instructions for using Windows XP and solving common problems. Authored by Windows expert Shelly O'Hara (the author of over 100 computer books), the book is well-organized and full of great advice and tips. The book is full of short lessons that are designed to last ten minutes or less. The lessons cover subjects like navigating folders, searching for documents, adding a printer, setting up your email account, browsing the Internet, using a scanner, sending a fax, customizing the desk top, uninstalling programs, using disk tools and home networking. This guide is best suited for users who already have some knowledge of the Windows environment. It might appeal most to users upgrading from an earlier version of Windows that do not need or want a large textbook to teach them how to accomplish tasks they are already familiar with. The book focuses on the most common Windows XP tasks -- for more complex procedures, a more detailed reference will be required.
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This review was published in the May, 2002 of The Internet Writing Journal.
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