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Chapter 4. Using The Windows Xp Interface > Who Should Read This Chapter?

Who Should Read This Chapter?

Before going on in this book, make sure you've read the introduction and installed Windows XP correctly onto your computer. (Installation is explained in Chapter 3, “Installing Windows XP Home.”) When those hurdles are completed, return here to learn about the user interface.

Many wonder why a book geared toward past Windows users such as this would include coverage of something as basic as the user interface. This is a decision that was primarily driven by the knowledge that many users of Windows XP Home are upgrading from Windows 9x/Me, NT, and even 2000. For those users, savvy as they might be with Windows concepts, the Windows XP interface is different enough that they need a roadmap to get started.


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