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Chapter 13. Multimedia and Imaging > Managing and Editing Images

Managing and Editing Images

When it comes to multimedia productivity and personal expression, XP excels significantly when compared to Windows 2000. Microsoft has rolled the multimedia home-user goodies originally developed for Windows 98 and Me into XP, as discussed in Chapter 1, “Introduction to Windows XP.” To some, this might lead to misidentifying XP as a whimsical, end-user operating system, but as you know, that's not the case. XP has an NT engine under the hood, and simply has lots of bells and whistles integrated into it.

Even though this book concerns itself primarily with practical matters such as installation, fine tuning, and networking, we thought we'd also cover some of the multimedia issues here as well, especially since those seem to have crept into many folks' everyday work life. Whether for work or for fun, cutting audio CDs, managing and printing digital photographs, and even working with DVD burners have become fairly common activities.


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