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Windows NT 4 workstation for dummies
Rathbone, Andy.
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Second edition.
Publication Information:
Foster City, CA : IDG Books Worldwide, [1999]

Physical Description:
xxii, 407 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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Includes index.
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QA76.76.O63 R39123 1999 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks

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Get Updated Coverage on Windows NT Features that Most Impact You!

Updated Reference for the Operating System in Demand -- Windows NT! Building on the success of their first collaboration, Windows aficionados Andy Rathbone and Sharon Crawford team up to help computer users get the most out of Windows NT Workstation 4 -- the desktop operating system that continues to grow in popularity. This easy-to-read reference benefits computer novices and more seasoned Windows veterans alike. This top-selling book update provides indepth coverage of new features and functionality now available to NT end-users, plus all the operating system basics, if you need them.

Inside, find helpful advice on how to:

Save time on basic tasks with tips and tricks for using Windows NT features Save, locate, and modify files on your network -- or on your computer -- without hassles Get more, more, more from Internet e-mail services Figure out if your NT problem is a fix-it-yourself (complete with how-to's!) or a hand-off to the network administrator Personalize the look and use of your desktop to suit you Plus Andy and Sharon's Top Ten Lists of Windows NT Tips: Ten Windows NT icons and what they do Ten cool Windows NT features to check out Ten head-banging aspects of Windows NT (and how to fix them!)

Author Notes

Andy Rathbone is the author of the bestselling "Windows For Dummies" books, as well as other titles in the "For Dummies" series. He was born in San Diego, California and attended San Diego State University. He majored in Comparative Literature, and graduated in 1986. He began freelancing for computer magazines shortly thereafter, and wrote the first edition of "Windows for Dummies" in 1992.