Overview

If you're ready to make the transition from computer novice to educated PCuser, you probably have one burning question: Where do I start? Forthousands, the answer has been The Little PC Book, a friendly,jargon-free introduction to personal computing. Four editions and manysoftware versions later, The Little PC Book, Windows XP Editionapplies the same jargon-free approach to Windows XP, Microsoft's brand-newoperating system. It's an easy-to-use, conversational guide to thefundamentals of setting up and working with your Windows XP PC.

Author Larry Magid covers the basics of PC hardware and software,navigating and using Windows XP, and connecting to and using the Internet.But the The Little PC Book isn't all work and no play; you'll alsolearn how to use your PC to listen to MP3 music files, and how to work withdigital cameras and digital video. The Little PC Book, Windows XPEd. answers many common questions--Who makes the best printers? How canI protect my computer from getting a virus? Where can I get free software?How do I back up my files?--just like a computer-savvy friend, sitting atyour side as you work.

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