Explores the new Microsoft computer operating system, discussing topics including the Windows XP interface, Internet Explorer 6, customizing the desktop, and setting up a home network.Installing Windows XP on a blank hard drive is a bit more complicated than upgrading from an existing version of Windows. It requires that you have a bootable CD-ROM drive or a set of five setup floppy disks. ... Choose Setup or Repair The first decision you are asked to make is whether you want to set up Windows XP oranbsp;...
|Title||:||How to Use Microsoft Windows XP|
|Author||:||Walter J. Glenn|
|Publisher||:||Que Pub - 2002-10-01|