Make Windows XP, the Internet, and your PC work together at GigaSpeed
The Dummies Way
Broad assortment of topics
Explanations in plain English
Handy tabs to mark favorite spots
"Get in, get out" information
Special "Check It Out" features
A dash of humor and fun
Our biggest Windows XP book ever in one convenient package!
Open this book and discover a vast collection of the topics you need to get the most from your Windows XP PC. Whether youre customizing your Windows desktop, hooking up with the latest hardware accessories, trying out essential software, or exploring the online world, let the Windows XP GigaBook For Dummies show you the way.
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Peter Weverka is a long-time author who has written on a variety of Microsoft applications, including all the Microsoft Office applications and Microsoft Money. He is the author of Microsoft Office OneNote 2003 Step by Step.
John Levine, founder of Taughannock Networks, writes, speaks, and consults on e-mail, the Internet, and other computer topics. He has written over 20 technical books, and is the co-author of O'Reilly's lex & yacc, 2nd Edition and qmail. He's also deeply involved in Internet e-mail in general and spam issues in particular as co-chair of the Internet Research Task Force's Anti-Spam Research Group (http://asrg.sp.am ) and a board member of the Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial E-mail (http://www.cauce.org.)He lives and works in the tiny village of Trumansburg NY (http://www.trumansburg.ny.us) where he reports that being the municipal sewer commissioner was a much cleaner job than dealing with spammers.