With the release of Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), Microsoft latest and most reliable corporate desktop operating system now provides better protection against viruses, worms, and malicious hackers. SP2 includes Windows Firewall, Pop-up Blocker for Internet Explorer, and the new Windows Security Center. But it still comes without a single page of printed instructions.
This superbly written guide fills the gap. Coauthored by David Pogue, New York Times technology columnist and Missing Manuals creator, 'Windows XP Pro: The Missing Manual' uses wit, technical insight, and scrupulous objectivity to light the way for first-time and intermediate network and standalone PC users. In fact, this jargon-free book explains XP's features so clearly revealing which work well and which don't that it should have been in the box in the first place.
The book reveals which features work well and which don't, such as the Remote Desktop software that enables people to connect to the office from home, the encryption file system that protects sensitive information, and the Windows Messenger that enables real-time text, voice and video communication.
- Getting started. The book's early chapters cover using menus, finding lost files, reducing window clutter, and taming the new, multi-column Start menu.
- Mastering the network. Special chapters help you navigate the corporate network, dial in from the road, and even set up your own small-office (peer-to-peer) network, step by step.
- Understanding security. User accounts, file encryption, and the NTFS file system keep your private files private, while still offering network access to coworkers you specify.
- Flying the Net. This book demystifies Outlook Express 6 for email, Internet Explorer 6 for Web browsing, and the new Windows Messenger for voice, chat, and video conferencing.
'Windows XP Pro: The Missing Manual' isn't for system administrators or OS theory geeks; it's for the novice or budding power user who wants to master the machine and get down to work. Yet, anyone who uses XP Pro (including hardcore techies) will find this new system much easier- and more fun-to digest with this new Missing Manual.
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Part 1: The Windows XP Desktop
1. The Desktop and Start Menu
2. Windows, Folders, and the Taskbar
3. Organizing your stuff
4. Getting help
Part 2: The Component of Windows XP
5. Programs an document
6. The Freebie software
7. Pictures, sound, and movies
8. The control panel
Part 3: Windows online
9. Hooking up to the internet
10. Security, firewalls, and Service Pack 2
11. Web, chat, and videoconferencing
12. Outlook Express 6
Part 4: Plugging into Windows XP
13. Printing, Fonts, and Faxing
15. Joining, Compressing, and Encrypting disks
16. Maintenance, backups, and troubleshooting
Part 5: Live on the Network
17. Accounts, Permissions, and Logging on
18 .Setting up a workgroup network
19. Introducing network domains
20. Sharing network files
21. Three ways to dial in from the Road
Part 6: Appendixes
Appendix A: Installing Windows XP Pro
Appendix B: Windows XP, Menu by Menu
Appendix C: Fun with the Registry
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