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Chapter 10. Calling for Help > Introducing the Help and Support Center (HSC)

Introducing the Help and Support Center (HSC)

Even Windows XP experts need help now and then with Windows. Windows is simply too vast, despite its simple appearance and clean desktop, for users to know everything about the system. Windows includes a powerful built-in help system. The help system connects to the Internet when needed so that help is on your disk and up-to-the-minute help is available from Microsoft's Web site. Help is available whenever you need it. For example, if you are working with the My Computer window and have a question, just search the online help system for the words My Computer, and Windows gives advice about using the My Computer window.

Microsoft calls the Windows XP help screens the Help and Support Center (the HSC). The help system goes far beyond the standard online help you may be used to in other applications and previous versions of Windows.


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