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Windows XP All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies, 2nd Edition

ISBN: 978-0-7645-8496-1
813 pages
October 2004
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Book I: A Windows XP Overview.

Chapter 1: Introducing Windows XP.

Chapter 2: A Windows XP Orientation.

Chapter 3: Running Windows from Start to Finish.

Chapter 4: Getting Help with Windows XP.

Chapter 5: Searching Your Machine and Beyond.

Chapter 6: Getting the Basic Stuff Done.

Chapter 7: Maintaining Your System.

Chapter 8: Focusing on Windows XP/Professional.

Book II: Customizing Your Windows eXPerience.

Chapter 1: Personalizing Your Desktop.

Chapter 2: Organizing Your Windows XP Interface.

Chapter 3: Lock Down: Spies, Spams, Scams, and Slams.

Chapter 4: Security Center: Windows Firewall.

Chapter 5: Security Center: Automatic Updates.

Chapter 6: Security Center: Virus Protection.

Book III: Windows XP and the Internet.

Chapter 1: Expanding Your Reach through the Internet.

Chapter 2: Connecting to the Internet.

Chapter 3: Managing E-Mail and Newsgroups with Outlook Express.

Chapter 4: Chatting with Windows Messenger.

Book IV: Adventures with Internet Explorer.

Chapter 1: Finding Your Way around the Internet Explorer Window.

Chapter 2: Advanced Browsing and Searching with Internet Explorer.

Chapter 3: Making Internet Explorer Your Own.

Book V: Connecting with Microsoft Network.

Chapter 1: MSN: Who Needs Ya, Baby?

Chapter 2: MSN Explorer.

Chapter 3: Taking MSN Explorer for a Spin.

Chapter 4: Hotmail (a.k.a. MSN E-Mail).

Chapter 5: MSN Messenger.

Book VI: Adding and Using Other Hardware.

Chapter 1: Finding and Installing the Hardware You Want.

Chapter 2: Working with Printers.

Chapter 3: Getting the Scoop on Scanners.

Book VII: Joining the Multimedia Mix.

Chapter 1: Jammin’ with Windows Media Player.

Chapter 2: Lights! Action! Windows Movie Maker.

Chapter 3: Discovering Digital Cameras and Recorders.

Book VIII: Windows Media Center.

Chapter 1: Windows Media Center: Should You Buy One?

Chapter 2: Setting Up a Media Center PC.

Chapter 3: Running Windows Media Center.

Book IX: Setting Up a Network with Windows XP.

Chapter 1: Those Pesky Network Things You Have to Know.

Chapter 2: Building Your Network.

Chapter 3: Putting the Why in Wi-Fi.

Chapter 4: Protecting Your Privacy.


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