This manual gives the awhen and whya of performing tasks in Windows XP and provides users with new integrated, real-world practice exercises. Three levels of chapter-ending exercises offer plenty of opportunity for review and reinforcement. Chapter topics include an overview and welcome to Windows XP, the desktop, moving and sizing a window, anatomy of a window, pull-down menus, dialog boxes, help and support center, files and folders, connecting to the Internet, Windows Explorer, the control panel, shortcuts, the search companion, Windows media player, digital photography, and Windows Messenger. For anyone learning operating systems using Microsoft Windows XP.... My Computer Folder agt; Click the Start button to display a two-column Start menu that is characteristic of Windows XP. ... (You have to pull down the View menu each time you make an additional change.) ... be drive B.) The first hard ( local) disk on a system is always drive C, whether or not there are one or two floppy drives.
|Title||:||Getting Started with Windows XP|
|Author||:||Robert T. Grauer, Maryann Barber|