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REVIEW: "Windows XP Killer Tips", Kleber Stephenson

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  • Rob, grandpa of Ryan, Trevor, Devon & Ha
    BKWXPKLT.RVW 20041023 Windows XP Killer Tips , Kleber Stephenson, 2003, 0-7357-1357-X, U$29.99/C$46.99/UK#23.50 %A Kleber Stephenson %C 201 W. 103rd
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      "Windows XP Killer Tips", Kleber Stephenson, 2003, 0-7357-1357-X,
      U$29.99/C$46.99/UK#23.50
      %A Kleber Stephenson
      %C 201 W. 103rd Street, Indianapolis, IN 46290
      %D 2003
      %G 0-7357-1357-X
      %I Macmillan Computer Publishing (MCP)
      %O U$29.99/C$46.99/UK#23.50 800-858-7674 info@...
      %O http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/073571357X/robsladesinterne
      http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/073571357X/robsladesinte-21
      %O http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/073571357X/robsladesin03-20
      %O tl n rl 2 tc 2 ta 2 tv 3 wq 3
      %P 258 p.
      %T "Windows XP Killer Tips"

      I'm not sure that the title isn't a bit overblown. These may not be
      killer tips, but they are a very good collection, presented in a very
      useful format, to take the novice user up to the intermediate level.

      Chapter one contains basic operations, and goes slightly beyond the
      normal "click on the icon and then move the mouse to drag it" plane.
      The tips all consist of a graphic, reasonably well chosen, and about
      one paragraph of text explaining the action and use. The tips vary
      somewhat in utility, but that is going to be true regardless of the
      actual material, since users will have different interests in
      different functions. Some fairly standard customizations are in
      chapter two. Chapter three has more operations and navigation. Some
      pieces dealing icons and selections are in chapter four. Tips for
      speeding up some common functions are listed in chapter five. A
      collection of seemingly miscellaneous tips are in chapter six, some of
      them the most useful in the book.

      Windows Media Player gets chapter seven all to itself. Chapter eight
      lists some basic operations of Internet Explorer while Outlook and
      Messenger are in nine. Movie Maker gets some explanation in chapter
      ten, but the reader would have to be quite familiar with the program
      before some of the tips even made sense.

      Miscellaneous trivia and pranks are in chapter eleven. Chapter twelve
      has some tips regarding system information, performance, and
      troubleshooting. Some random effects that can be accomplished using
      Registry settings are listed in chapter thirteen: these are powerful
      but possibly dangerous.

      This is a reasonably short, and graphically oriented, guide that will
      allow the user new to Windows XP to achieve intermediate user status
      within a brief time.

      copyright Robert M. Slade, 2004 BKWXPKLT.RVW 20041023


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      ...says he has two horns, like a sheep, can call down fire from
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      http://victoria.tc.ca/techrev or http://sun.soci.niu.edu/~rslade
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