almediah.fr
» » Windows XP Timesaving Techniques For Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech))

Download Windows XP Timesaving Techniques For Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech)) eBook

by Woody Leonhard

Download Windows XP Timesaving Techniques For Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech)) eBook
ISBN:
0764537482
Author:
Woody Leonhard
Category:
Operating Systems
Language:
English
Publisher:
For Dummies (August 15, 2003)
Pages:
608 pages
EPUB book:
1484 kb
FB2 book:
1776 kb
DJVU:
1788 kb
Other formats
txt lrf lrf azw
Rating:
4.3
Votes:
600


23 c. SBN: 0764537482 (pbk).

Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Windows XP timesaving techniques for dummies. 23 c. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Windows For Dummies has long been the standard for Windows reference. o make Windows work faster . Woody Leonhard is well known for his expertise in explaining Microsoft Office for the last 15+ years

Woody Leonhard is well known for his expertise in explaining Microsoft Office for the last 15+ years. It is the book Microsoft should have included with every copy of WinXP. Windows XP Timesaving Techniques for Dummies serves both as a quick reference on how to do something and a basic primer on understanding WinXP.

Excel Timesaving Techniques™ For Dummies®. C++ Timesaving Techniques C++ Times. Published by. Wiley Publishing, Inc. 909 Third Avenu. Anatomy and Physiology For Dummies 2nd ed. 367 Pages·2012·27. 99 MB·20,386 Downloads. Networking for Dummies-For Dummies; 7th Ed. 435 Pages·2004·9. 24 MB·62,217 Downloads. Doug Lowe has written a whole bunch of computer books, including more than 35 For Dummies books Networking for. Hacking Windows® XP Hacking. 14 MB·63,451 Downloads

first-time PC users, and maintains a Web site and e-mail subscriptions that reach more than 500,000 readers weeklyAuthor Biography: Woody Leonhard is a Windows guru and author of Windows XP All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies.

first-time PC users, and maintains a Web site and e-mail subscriptions that reach more than 500,000 readers weeklyAuthor Biography: Woody Leonhard is a Windows guru and author of Windows XP All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies. He publishes several e-mail newsletters, including Woody's Office Watch and Woody's Windows Watch.

Computers were supposed to save us time, but Windows XP users know how often the opposite seems to be true

Computers were supposed to save us time, but Windows XP users know how often the opposite seems to be true. Collected and tested by Windows guru Woody Leonhard, these timesavers are organized into groups of related tasks so you can quickly find the ones that will help you at any given time. You can set up your desktop and launch your programs in the way that makes sense for you, take back control of the Internet and e-mail, manage your music and visual media, and protect your system in a few simple steps. You’ll find no-nonsense advice on.

Excel 2003 Timesaving Techniques For Dummies. Saving Time with This Book The Timesaving Techniques For Dummies books focus on high-payoff techniques that save you time, either on the spot or somewhere down the road. Technique 51: Importing Web Data into the Worksheet Capturing Information for the Spreadsheet with Web Queries Importing XML Data into a Worksheet.

Windows XP Timesaving Techniques For Dummies: Woody Leonhard, Justin Leonhard: Books. Windows XP Timesaving Techniques For Dummies Windows XP Books Windows XP Windows XP Timesaving Techniques For Dummies Books Windows XP Books Windows XP Timesaving Techniques For Dummies Windows XP Timesaving Techniques For Dummies Windows XP Books.

Leonhard, Woody; Leonhard, Justin. Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley.

Computers were supposed to save us time, but Windows XP users know . Windows XP Timesaving Techniques. Windows XP for Dummies. Published by Thriftbooks

Computers were supposed to save us time, but Windows XP users know how often the opposite seems to be true. by Justin Leonhard and Woody Leonhard. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 10 years ago. For someone that know nothing about computers, this is a great source to find help. An excellent resource and help. I found this book to be very helpful in getting my computer set up to run faster and safer.

Praise for The Mother of All Windows Books: "Witty, idiosyncratic, sometimes cranky, and often corny, the book captures the feeling of a Windows expert sitting at your elbow .

Praise for The Mother of All Windows Books: "Witty, idiosyncratic, sometimes cranky, and often corny, the book captures the feeling of a Windows expert sitting at your elbow, chatting away, listenin. More). Control of ac-machines with the help of microelectronics.

* For the millions who already know the basics of Microsoft Windows, this handy reference shows how to make it work faster and better through quick, easy-to-follow lessons loaded with screen shots and step-by-step instructions * Explores more than sixty Windows XP tasks, including customizing the Windows desktop, protecting online privacy, creating CDs and DVDs with Windows XP, working with the Outlook Express e-mail client, dealing with digital photos and video, and setting up a home network * Along with the normal Windows tools, Windows XP is packed with rich media features and networking options previously available only through separate software packages; this book helps readers make the most of these exciting additions * Author is one of the best-known gurus for first-time PC users, and maintains a Web site and e-mail subscriptions that reach more than 500,000 readers weekly
  • Malahelm
I am shocked that no reader review is posted about this useful book.

Started using mainframe computers in 1972 and PC's in 1985 so I get asked tons of computer questions. Since the advent of Win95, the questions have become more "How do I get the computer to do X as I don't see an button to click for that?" Most of the questions reveal a lack of understanding the basics of the software on computer. The lack of understanding reflects that most people have never been trained to use the computer.

Woody Leonhard is well known for his expertise in explaining Microsoft Office for the last 15+ years. Now, Woody has written a great book for those who have the WinXP operating system on their computer. It is the book Microsoft should have included with every copy of WinXP. Windows XP Timesaving Techniques for Dummies serves both as a quick reference on how to do something and a basic primer on understanding WinXP. Learn to protect, speed up, and make your computer work your way. Learn how to personalize the same computer for multiple users. Learn quickly and don't worry about being buried in technical jargon. This book is well written for both the novice user and the immediate level user. And if you are the comptuer guru, it's great as a quick reference. It also makes a great gift to the less than expert users as it is easy to understand. I have given three copies as gifts to individuals and been pleased by their positive feedback about how useful they found this book. In fact, I was buying another two copies when I noticed the lack of a reader review.
  • Nikobar
Great product at reasonable price.
  • Welen
I bought this book about a year after I wound up upgrading to XP. Even at that, it has been incredibly usefull, espically in regards to getting rid of Window's graphics, and in regards to making the desktop less, well, lush and pretty (I don't care that much about it, and it takes up resources).

This book walks you through, step by step, many suggested techniques to tweak XP. Many of them I'd learned the hard way (I wish I'd bought this book when I got the new computer!). Many others were not relevent to me; I don't have a network. I already had Norton AntiVirus. I've already dealt with spammers, etc.

However, probably 20 percent or so of the suggestions were new and useful for me, and although I'm no computer demi-god, I'm no novice. Those suggestions alone of immensly helped my system. He gives some good advice on security issues, offers some good tweaks for IE, and shows you how to force XP to show file extensions; these alone are godsends (espically that last, as it helps to ID viruses).

He also offers help in dealing with common maladies (viruses, whatnot) and in getting XP to work with various types of hardware (mainly cameras and scanners).

His tips for dealing with spam and pop ups are good, espically if one's been having problems. If you're new to XP, buy this book. Even if you've been using it a bit, buy this book. It'll help you deal with the junk that's inevitable with XP (any program as large as XP will have massive amounts of it).

That said, some of the tips are personal choice issues; he reccomends some things (like disabling the info gathering on Media Player) that I don't like, or don't think of as important. But dear heavens, this book has a ton of useable, solid, good info. It's not overly basic, but manages to be understandable adn informative.

If you run XP (and you're anything short of a full fledged computer geek) you can learn a lot from this; more than enough to justify the purchase.
  • Gann
This author understands Windows XP and lets the reader know how to use it in clear and simple language. He guides you easily to a well based understanding of how to use the system. There is much general knowledge, caveats and tips about living with computers and the internet.