Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Windows XP in 24 Hours
by Greg Perry
Publisher: Sams 2001
Number of pages: 456
The book covers new features of Windows XP: new user interface and enhanced manageability and reliability, browsing WWW with new Internet Explorer 6, setting up wireless and home networking features, playing streaming media files and MP3s with Windows Media Player 8, editing videos with Windows Movie Maker 1.1, and more.
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