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Peter Norton's Complete Guide to Windows 98 is yet another comprehensive user friendly guide in the highly acclaimed Norton style. Its unique, hands-on, step-by-step approach teaches you the latest in Windows 98. Norton and Mueller pave the way for your better understanding of Windows 98 and the Active Desktop. If you want to upgrade from previous versions of Windows, look no further. Learn about all the newest technology that Windows 98 now enables--such as support for the latest hardware (such as AGP and USB), sophisticated and automated system tools and, above all, the immediate and easy access to the Internet provided by Internet Explorer 4. You will find Peter's Principles, communications, networking, printing, performance, troubleshooting, and compatibility tips throughout the book. Whether you're just starting out or have years of experience, Peter Norton's Complete Guide to Windows 98 has the answers, explanations, and examples you need.
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Since the release of his early books on the intricacies of MS-DOS, Peter Norton has kept generations of PC users in the know. Sporting his trademark button-down shirt and half-smirk, his presence on his books' covers promises a lucid, comprehensive approach to the subject at hand. Peter Norton's Complete Guide to Windows 98 upholds the tradition, interweaving solid documentation with intelligent commentary and advice. If you need analysis as well as information, this book will better fit your needs than other all-inclusive Windows 98 books.
Norton and his coauthor, John Paul Mueller, begin by explaining how to connect Windows 98 to the Internet via modem. They then discuss performance tuning, system optimization (including information on the new automatic update features), Task Scheduler, and Windows Explorer. From there, the authors cover every user-level aspect of Windows 98, from running DOS applications to using an Accelerated Graphics Port.
Peter Norton's Complete Guide to Windows 98 further distinguishes itself from other Windows 98 guides in its coverage of more advanced topics (like the Registry and the various file systems). If you're wondering how a virtual device driver (VxD) differs from a dynamic-link library (DLL), what goes on during boot up, or how Windows provides multitasking, look here. Norton and Mueller have crafted a useful and entertaining book for the power user interested in the technology behind Windows 98. --David WallFrom the Publisher:
Get the total picture: advanced tips, optimization techniques, detailed architectural information Over 70 million users of Windows 95 expected to upgrade within 15 months of introduction
Complete coverage of Active Desktop, Outlook Express, Internet Explorer 4.0 integration
Builds on Norton tradition: in-depth and detailed insights in lucid, jargon-free personalized language
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