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These are the book s signature tips. In these tips, you ll get the straight scoop on what s going on with the software inside information on why a feature works the way it does. You ll also find handy workarounds to different software problems.
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Look for these sidebars to find solutions to common problems you might encounter. Troubleshooting sidebars appear next to related information in the chapters. You can also use the Troubleshooting Topics index at the back of the book to look up problems by topic.
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Cross-references point you to other locations in the book that offer additional information on the topic being discussed.
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Cautions identify potential problems that you should look out for when you re completing a task or problems that you must address before you can complete a task.
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Part 1
Setup and Startup
1 What s New in Windows XP 2 Installing and Configuring Windows XP 3 Help and Support Options 4 Installing, Uninstalling, and Managing Programs 5 Setting Up and Troubleshooting Hardware 3 15 79 107 129
Part 1: Setup and Startup
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What s New in Windows XP
Windows XP at a Glance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 What s New What s Changed . . . . . . . . . 8
As we write this second edition of Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out, Windows XP is about to celebrate its third birthday. With more than 210 million copies sold so far, Windows XP is arguably the most successful computer operating system ever developed. Part of the reason for that success is that Windows XP represents a vast improvement over the Windows family that began with Windows 95, reached its peak with Windows 98, and ended quietly with Windows Millennium Edition (Windows Me). For a computer operating system, three years is practically an eternity and sure enough, Windows XP has changed dramatically since its initial release. Two major service packs have rolled up hundreds of bug fixes, security patches, and performance improvements, and a handful of optional updates have added features aimed primarily at connoisseurs of digital music and video. The resulting operating system, although not perfect, is significantly more secure, reliable, and media-savvy than its three-year-old predecessor.
At Home with Windows XP
This book describes two different versions of Windows XP: Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Home Edition. The two versions are largely identical; Windows XP Professional includes everything in Windows XP Home Edition, plus some additional features targeted toward corporate network users and power users. (The other members of the Windows XP family Media Center Edition, Tablet PC Edition, and 64-Bit Edition are built on Windows XP Professional and include extra features designed for use with specific hardware devices.) Near the beginning of each chapter in this book, you ll find a sidebar like this one that points out any version differences in the topics covered by the chapter. The differences are also identified in the chapter s text, but the sidebar gives you a quick rundown of any significant limitations you can expect if you use Home Edition.
At a quick glance, you might not notice the difference between today s Windows XP and the one that debuted in 2001. But look more closely and you ll see a long list of changes, inside and out:
Hundreds of bug fixes and updated drivers have made the core of the operating system
more reliable.
A slew of security enhancements, including the much improved and renamed Windows
Firewall (previously known as Internet Connection Firewall), block hostile software like the Blaster worm and make it more difficult for viruses and other malicious programs to spread.
Part 1: Setup and Startup
Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out, Second Edition
Microsoft Internet Explorer sports new features that protect your privacy and security
by blocking pop-up windows and spyware-infested drive-by downloads.
Two major updates to Windows Media Player have transformed its user interface
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and simplified the process of managing a library of digital music and video and burning CDs.
Setting up a network in your home or small business is simpler than before. This is espe-
cially true in the case of wireless networks, thanks to a wizard (new in Service Pack 2) that walks you through the process of connecting to a wireless access point using the most advanced security settings available.
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