Can Anyone Recommend a Good XP Book?

  Richard Ing 12:55 22 Mar 2005
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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?

  TomJerry 13:01 22 Mar 2005

Dummies is good

the best way to learn is by doing it, when you have question, just come here

  Stuartli 13:15 22 Mar 2005

..be found at here:

click here

  sunny staines 16:10 22 Mar 2005

xp inside out version 2

most library's stock it, if you like you can then go and buy it.

  Andybear 18:50 22 Mar 2005

I have "Windows XP in Easy Steps", which I find very good. It's readily available on Amazon.

  spuds 19:39 22 Mar 2005

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

  Aristocatman 20:13 25 Mar 2005

WindowsXP inside out is very comprehensive but quite pricey but is probably the best if you want in depth info.

  A,,W,,B,, 06:04 26 Mar 2005

Go to telegraph.co.uk and look up bootcamp.
It's got all the information you will need.

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