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Using Windows NT Workstation 4.0

by Ed Bott

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In Using Windows NT Workstation 4.0, Bott draws on his computer magazine experience and compiles his knowledge into a book. Bott takes you from zero Windows knowledge to full competency. Beginning with answers to such questions as "What's an icon?" and continuing through moderately advanced networking and communications topics, the book provides you with a practical guide to your operating system. Using Windows NT Workstation 4.0 distinguishes itself by providing step-by-step instructions combined with background text to help you understand the reasons behind each instruction. This book will serve as both a keyboard-side procedural guide and a reference book you'll consult to solve problems.

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This easy-to-use guide explains Windows NT fundamentals and shows users how to get the most from this operating system. Through real-world analogies, this book gives casual users the one best way to get things done, so they can be immediately productive. - Covers working with applications, printing and fonts, multimedia, and more

- Provides just the right amount of information-doesn't bog the reader down with technical babble

- Includes tips, cautions, notes, and troubleshooting Q&As to help readers avoid potential pitfalls



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