This detailed reference shows how to install, configure, run and use Windows 95, taking into consideration hardware, software and peripheral options. It also covers interface design, telecommunications and multimedia. There are full details of Internet Explorer 4.0's revolutionary desktop environment. Windows 95 is a 32-bit operating system that is the successor to Microsoft's existing three operating systems: Windows 3.1, Windows 3.11 (Windows for Workgroups) and MS-DOS. These three operating systems represent more than 80 per cent of the world's operating systems on PCs today. It is both powerful and simple enough that computer users now have the opportunity to try new things, from multimedia computing to Internet connections. John Levine is the author of "UNIX for Dummies" and co-author (with Margaret Levine Young) of "The Internet for Dummies". Margaret Levine Young is the author of "Dummies 101: The Internet for Windows 95".
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The Ultimate Guide to Windows 98
From better speed to tighter Internet integration, Microsoft's Windows 98 operating system offers a new way to compute. Windows 98: The Complete Reference, the most comprehensive reference/tutorial available on the topic, is designed to help you take full advantage of the power of Windows 98. Inside, you'll find encyclopedic coverage of Windows 98's new features and capabilities arranged by topic, along with step-by-step examples, screen shots, tips and advice from respected authors John Levine and Margy Levine Young. Browse the fully hyperlinked bonus CD-ROM to find the topic coverage that you want. Whether you're a beginner or a skilled Windows 95 user, Windows 98: The Complete Reference is the ideal guide to mastering Microsoft's new powerful new operating system.
John Levine is the author of many worldwide titles including the multimillion copy best-seller The Internet For Dummies. He also lectures and consults on the Internet and is a frequent speaker at computer conferences and training events. John previously hosted a call-in radio show about the Internet. He holds a Ph.D. in computer science from Yale University. Margaret Levine Young is the best-selling author of over two dozen books with various coauthors, including John Levine on The Internet For Dummies. In addition to teaching and giving lectures on the Internet, Margaret writes a regular column called "Webwise" for Seven Days in Burlington, VT. She holds a B.A. in computer science from Yale University.
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