The first edition has been revised to include many new tips and techniques. Internet Explorer 4.0 integration is given high visibility with the addition of new chapters on Active Desktop, Webcasting, Outlook Express and FrontPage Express. Special needs of those migrating from other Windows operating systems and of laptop users are addressed in new chapters. New and enhanced features now available with the Service Pack 3 and the NT Option Pack are also highlighted, with corresponding icons, throughout the book. Chapter topics cover Migrating to NT, Internet Explorer 4.0, Installation, Managing the Interface, Working with the Active Desktop, Performance Tips, Customization, Architectural Overview, Managing the NT Registry, Memory Management, The NT File System, Graphics, Printing, Docucentricity and ActiveX, Exploiting Software, Exploiting Hardware, Fonts and Printing, Multimedia, Security Issues and Troubleshooting.In other words, some of the efforts to improve things by any service pack or option pack are now reversed. Therefore ... Windows. NT. Applets. One topic we havena#39;t covered yet is the process of installing and removing applets on your system. Part of ... that it got the job done (in this case, creating a set of backup files for you).
|Title||:||Peter Norton's Complete Guide to Windows NT Workstation 4|
|Author||:||Peter Norton, John Mueller, Richard Mansfield|
|Publisher||:||Sams Publishing - 1999|