Windows 98, the ballyhooed new Microsoft operating system, is finally here and the best-selling Windows author duo ? Brian Livingston and Davis Straub ? mark this momentous software release with their seminal guide, Windows 98 Secrets. Livingston and Straub divulge undocumented features and time-saving shortcuts designed to maximize your Windows 98 experience. Windows 98 Secrets explains how to connect directly to the Web using the Active Desktop, take advantage of dynamic communication advances, optimize new security options, tweak the registry, customize your desktop, and much more. You can also sample 200 Windows 98 software programs hand-picked by Livingston and Straub on the Windows 98 Secrets bonus CD-ROM. There is also a bevy of handy resources packed onto the CD including FTP clients, HTML editors, database managers, automation tools, and Internet suites. Thanks to Livingston and Straub, the Windows 98 wizard has been exposed and with Windows 98 Secrets, you can reap the rewards.DOS 6.22 Help, for example, is available on the Windows 98 CD-ROM, but doesn a#39;t get loaded onto your hard disk, and it ... DOS 6.x versions of the disk utilities Scandisk.exe and Defrag.exe break the link between short filenames and longanbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows 98 Secrets|
|Author||:||Brian Livingston, Davis Straub|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1998-06-16|