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Windows XP Professional combines the ease of use of the consumer-oriented versions of Windows with the stability of NT and is geared specifically for the business user. It is designed to lower system downtime offering heightened security, management, and networking features. Using this handy reference, you will quickly learn how to take advantage of Windows XP's new hardware and software support features. It is ideal for the corporate user who wants to migrate to Windows XP and use it daily. Written in a solutions-oriented format, the book focuses on configuring, connecting and networking, using, optimizing, and troubleshooting Windows XP Professional. You'll also discover how to cost-effectively manage your Windows XP installations remotely. The book covers Windows XP's additional customization capabilities, plus networking tools for establishing powerful networks for small- and mid-size businesses. You will also learn to effectively manage software application installations with the new Windows Installer.
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Brian Proffitt is the Managing Editor of the popular Web site Linux Today, and the author of 16 Linux and Open Source works, including The Joy of Linux. His online works are read by nearly a half million people daily.
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Book Description Coriolis Group, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1588802531