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Summary

This chapter showed you how to remake Windows 98 in your own image. I showed you how to customize the taskbar and Start menu, how to modify the desktop appearance and display settings, and how to work with the TweakUI utility. Here's a list of chapters where you'll find related information:

  • I showed you how to customize your Windows 98 startup in Chapter 3, “Start Me Up: Controlling Windows 98 Startup.”

  • To learn about Web integration and its effect on the Windows 98 interface, see Chapter 5, “Web Integration and the Active Desktop.”

  • Customization options related to accessibility, user profiles, and region settings are the focus of Chapter 7, “Setting Accessibility Options, User Profiles, and More.”

  • To learn how to customize your mouse, keyboard, and game controllers, see Chapter 8, “Customizing the Mouse, Keyboard, and Other Input Devices.”

  • I cover adding and changing device drivers in Chapter 11, “Device Advice: Dealing with Devices in Windows 98.”

  • Chapter 11 is also the place to go for information on changing the settings for your display adapter and monitor.

  • The Registry gives you tremendous power to customize Windows 98. I take you through lots of examples in Chapter 13, “A Few Good Hacks: Some Useful Registry Tweaks.”

  • To learn how to customize the Startup folder, see Chapter 14, “File and Folder Tricks and Techniques.”

  • I show you how to associate sounds with various Windows 98 events in Chapter 25, “Windows 98 Audio Features.”


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