While what you create using your computer is a unique expression of who you are, how you use your computer probably isn't. Nearly every Windows XP user follows the same Start menu path to launch programs, uses the same standard techniques in programs like Windows Explorer and Outlook Express, and performs the same customizations that don't go much beyond changing the wallpaper. However, there are those of us who qualify as the qpost-noviceq user, who think that doing things the qofficialq way is too slow, less efficient and less powerful than there is potential for with Windows XP. Microsoft Windows XP Unleashed will take you beyond the standard-issue default settings and program wizards to shortcuts, new customization techniques, workarounds for common problems, and warnings on how to avoid the pitfalls of Windows XP, including those associated with Service Pack 2. Along the way, you'll learn about all kinds of insider details, undocumented features, powerful tools, and background facts that help put everything about Windows XP into perspective.To ensure that youa#39;re not using one, launch Control Panela#39;s Display icon, select the Screen Saver tab, and choose (None) in the Screen Saver list. If youa#39;re worried ... Turning Off Fast User Switching Windows XPa#39;s Fast User Switching feature enables multiple users to keep programs and documents running concurrently, which makes it easy to quickly switch from one user to another. Of course, havinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Microsoft Windows XP Unleashed|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2005-09-06|