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Get the manual that you should have gotten when you purchased Windows NT Workstation! Clear, to-the-point reference title takes you through Windows in an easily understandable way. Learn how to use each of the Windows NT applications with complete coverage of all "user oriented" features. Windows NT Workstation 4 User Manual has a clear "end-user" focus. It doesn't try to cover the vast amount of complex, detailed information that is only of interest to system administrators. Instead, it quickly shows you what each relevant part of Windows NT is, what it does, and how to use it successfully. Windows NT Workstation 4 User Manual also includes information on all updates including IE4, Options Pack, and Service Release 3 (most currently available Windows NT Workstation 4 books have not been updated to include this material).
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Billed as "the manual you should have received with Windows NT," Windows NT Workstation 4.0 User Manual lives up to its claim by delivering broad, if not especially deep, documentation of the Windows NT Workstation 4 user interface. If you administer a Windows NT network and want to cut down on the number of easy but annoying questions you have to answer, tell your users to consult this book before they call you.
Focusing on Windows NT Workstation 4 with Service Pack 3 and the Internet Explorer 4.x suite installed (including Active Desktop), this book is slightly behind the technology curve but right on target for most corporate installations. The author approaches the operating system through its functional areas, beginning with how to manage files, folders, and print jobs. He takes on the Control Panel elements alphabetically and one at a time, so it's easy to find out, for example, what's going on in the Fonts applet.
In addition to its considerable collection of user-level how-to information, there's also some administrative data to be found in these pages. Boyce explains how to set up various kinds of networks under Windows NT Workstation and covers file systems, users, groups, and all the administrative tools. Throughout, he presents many lists of options and explanatory statements on individual interface elements. --David WallAbout the Author:
Jim Boyce is a Contributing Editor and columnist for WINDOWS Magazine and a regular contributor to other computer publications. He has been involved with computers since the late seventies, and has worked with computers as a user, programmer, and systems manager in a variety of capacities. Originally a teacher, Jim writes in a clear, concise manner and is expert at instructing people on how to use and benefit from computer technology. Jim has authored and co-authored over two dozen books on computers and software, including Windows 98 User Manual (Que).
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Book Description Que, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX0789719541
Book Description Que Pub, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110789719541
Book Description Que Pub, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0789719541