From the Back Cover
If you use Windows XP at home or in a small business, you don't have the luxury of calling IT whenever you need help. But now, you can call on a Microsoft MVP and a team of highly qualified experts. They cover everything you might need to know about Windows XP—configuration, file management, digital media, Internet options, security, network set-up, and more. No complex theory here, just straightforward information about how to do what you want to do, with plenty of helpful tips and sidebars to make it even easier.
- Set up your desktop and menus for maximum convenience
- Install and manage additional hardware and software
- Work with your folders and files
- Create and manage dial-up and broadband Internet connections
- Configure and customize Internet Explorer and Outlook Express
- Build and manage wired or wireless networks
- Learn to use all the digital media applications
- Secure your system, translate error messages, and recover from a crash
About the Author
Curt Simmons (B.A., M.Ed, MCP, MCSA, MCSE, CTT, former MVP for Windows Server-Directory Services) is a technology author and trainer specializing in Microsoft products. He is the author of more than fifty computing books on various technologies.
Alan Simpson is a popular and best-selling technology author who has been writing about Windows since the days of Windows 95. He is particularly knowledgable in Windows XP configuration and multimedia.
David Dalan (MCP, MCSE) is a network engineer, Internet Service Provider manager, and Windows instructor. He brings an unusually high level of expertise to the areas of networking with Windows XP and Windows XP scripting.