I'm about to, finally, buy my own PC after years of abusing my work PC.My office machine runs Windows 98, which I'm pretty familary with, so I'm looking for a book that give a good background in XP. I've been looking at the Dummies series which seem okay. Has anyone got a recommendation please?
Dummies is goodthe best way to learn is by doing it, when you have question, just come here
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xp inside out version 2most library's stock it, if you like you can then go and buy it.
I have "Windows XP in Easy Steps", which I find very good. It's readily available on Amazon.
Straight to the Point- Windows XP Professional and Home Edition a steal at £4.99 from PC World and other outlets click here click here
WindowsXP inside out is very comprehensive but quite pricey but is probably the best if you want in depth info.
Go to telegraph.co.uk and look up bootcamp. It's got all the information you will need.
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