Windows XP: The Complete Reference
By Levine, John R. and Levine Young, Margaret
Get up-to-date details on installing, running, and maximizing Microsoft's new operating system. This comprehensive reference explains how to connect to the Internet, design a LAN, share drives, printers, and much more. Covering both Windows XP Home and Windows XP Business, this one-top resource also includes tips on improving performance and troubleshooting techniques.


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Author Biography

John Levine (Trumansburg, NY) is an internationally acclaimed Internet authority, author, and the host of his own radio show. He’s the author of two dozen books ranging from Linkers and Loaders (O’Reilly) to The Internet for Dummies(Hungry Minds). He also runs online newsgroups and mailing lists, hosts a hundred Web sites, and consults on programming languages and Internet topics.

Margy Levine Young (Cornwall, VT) is the author of many computer books for beginners and intermediates, including The Internet for Dummies.


Windows XP: The Complete Reference
Author(s): Levine, John R. and Levine Young, Margaret
ISBN: 0072192976
DOI: 10.1036/0072192976

Format: paperback.
Pub date: 28 Sep 2001
Copyright: 2001
$39.99 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

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