A guide to Windows XP covers all aspects of the operating systems, including personalizing the desktop, managing files, using Windows Media Player, scanning, wireless networking, online security, and creating Web pages.
What’s a Gigabook? A collection of just about everything you need to know on a topic, all in one convenient place! Windows XP Gigabook For Dummies takes the best from five other For Dummies books and squeezes out everything but the most important stuff. This single super-sized reference — more than 800 pages’ worth — gives you a go-to guide on everything connected with Windows XP, PCs and peripherals, the Internet, Office 2003, and Money 2004. You might think of it as a “greatest hits” collection.Want to know how to set up, navigate, use, and maintain Windows XP? It’s all in Book I. Book II covers the care and feeding of PCs in general and takes you on a complete tour of peripherals—those add-ons that make computing cool. Want to explore the world via the World Wide Web? Check Book III. And if you finally have to do some work, check into Book IV, where you’ll get the complete story on Office 2003 and Money 2004. You’ll discover how to:Customize Windows XP, set up user accounts, and share filesWork with digital photos, Windows Media Player, and Windows Movie MakerChoose a printer, scanner, game hardware, and additional storageSet up a wireless home networkGet online safely, protect your kids, create your own Web pages, and cruise for bargains on eBayUse Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPointManage your finances with Microsoft MoneyWindows XP Gigabook For Dummies is packed with information that’s easy to find and even easier to understand. Keep it handy for reference—you’ll be gigapleased with how useful it is!