Re: Windows XP for Dummies?
- From: Patty <patty@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 18 May 2006 08:31:10 -0400
On Thu, 18 May 2006 11:05:47 +0200, Marcel Overweel wrote:
"Brian K" <brianblog1951@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> schreef in bericht
I just purchased an OEM version of Win XP SP 2 with a barebones kit. I
know nothing about XP. I am assuming the OEM version with be without
manual or whatever install guide that comes with the retail one. So is
there a good book that will provide me FAQ about instillation, and
tweaks that I can pick up at the next computer fair or Barns & Noble?
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Brian M. Kochera
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You could try any of these:
The first one doesn't tell much about installation, but more about basic
stuff. Good for starters.
The second one is more comprehensive, there is an updated version of the
book for XP Service Pack 2.
Windows XP for Dummies Quick Reference, 2nd Edition
Hungry Minds - Wiley | 201 pages, spiral bound | Greg Harvey
A Quick Reference for the Rest of Us! Fully revised to include the latest
Windows XP updates including Service Pack 2
Reference for Users, Beginning and Intermediate Level
ISBN: 0-7645-7464-7 | Engels US
Microsoft Windows XP Unleashed
Sams | 880 pages | Terry W. Ogletree
Going beyond the basics to Unleash the full power of Microsoft Windows XP,
Terry Ogletree guides you through a wide variety of Windows XP topics
Tutorial for Users, Intermediate and Advanced Level
ISBN: 0-672-32280-3 | Engels US
I've always liked the Mark Minasi "Mastering" series books. They are great
reference books. I have "Mastering Windows XP Professional." They are
published by Sybex.
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