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  • Author:
    Ed Bott
  • ISBN:
    0789700921
  • ISBN13:
    978-0789700926
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  • Publisher:
    Que Pub (July 1995)
  • Pages:
    450 pages
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    Operating Systems
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Shows how to use Windows 95 to manage fonts. This 1997 book is designed to be user-friendly for new users and introduce them to the Internet. It is written in plain English

Shows how to use Windows 95 to manage fonts. It is written in plain English. The 'Introduction' explains the sections and chapters of this book. You can easily learn by doing. The 'Start' button selects the programs (or set of programs).

User Friendly Using Windows 95 is a brisk, simply worded, authoritative guide to Windows 9.

User Friendly Using Windows 95 is a brisk, simply worded, authoritative guide to Windows 95. Its ability to encapsulate tasks neatly, such as printing or using fonts, moving files, customizing the desktop, and so forth, will appeal to the beginner-and it does so without calling him or her a dummy, idiot, or some other species of overall clod.

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Using Windows 95 Help. 58. Finding Help Support. Ed Bott is a best-selling author and award winning computer journalist with more than 12 year s experience in the personal computer industry

Using Windows 95 Help. Ed Bott is a best-selling author and award winning computer journalist with more than 12 year s experience in the personal computer industry.

Ed Bott is an American technology journalist and author, known for his books and articles on Microsoft Windows. While he has over twenty years of experience writing about a variety of tech-related topics and has written for some well-known media outlets, such as PC World and PC/Computing; he has made a name for himself with his renowned pro-Microsoft bias. Ed Bott often applies undisclosed, stricter standards of evaluation to companies he writes about other than Microsoft

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Navigating and Controlling Windows by Ron Person and Ed Bott In this chapter Starting and Quitting Windows Learning the .

Chapter 10. Navigating and Controlling Windows. by Ron Person and Ed Bott. Starting and Quitting Windows. Learning the Parts of the Windows Display. Using the Mouse and Keyboard on the Desktop.

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The long-awaited new version of Windows is almost here, and with it a need for user-friendly guidance on getting the most out of a PC. This reference provides fast and friendly access to the one best way to perform tasks.Shows how to use Windows 95 to manage fonts, use multimedia, access the Internet, and moreFocuses on just what readers need to know-and points out what they don't have to worry aboutNumerous icons and graphics help readers quickly locate the information they needIncludes practical tips, notes, cautions, and troubleshooting advice

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Ed Bott is a senior editor of 'PC/Computing' and former editor of 'PC World'. This 1997 book is designed to be user-friendly for new users and introduce them to the Internet. It is written in plain English. The 'Introduction' explains the sections and chapters of this book. Windows is an operating system that uses icons for control, a simpler interface than the command line. You can easily learn by doing. The 'Start' button selects the programs (or set of programs). The 'Shut Down' button selects the processes needed before turning off power. The selection of actions is done with the mouse and not the keyboard in most cases. Chapter 2 tells about the operations. Chapter 3 explains the computer. The 'Device Manager' reports the status of the hardware.

Part II provides more chapters on working with Windows. Chapter 5 offers advice to increase space on your hard disk. 'ScanDisk' tests your disks, 'Defragmenter' reorders the files for speed of access. Chapter 6 explains working in windows, there is more in the next two chapters. Organize your files (Chapter 9). Page 150 tells how to find files. Chapter 10 tells how to Cut, Copy, and Paste data. Part III covers 'Using the Internet'. Its five chapters provide an explanation. Most telephone lines are limited to 28K bps (p.193). Beware of viruses (p.223)! Part IV explains the modifications you can make to Windows. Chapter 16 lists the accessories or utilities available. The changes you can make to a display are in Chapter 17. A higher screen resolution shows more data. Part V covers printers and printing. It offers advice and problem solving (Chapter 19). Chapter 20 explains printer fonts. Part VI deals with multimedia (sound and video). It explains the Media Player.

'Appendix A' explains the use of the Briefcase to synchronize files between a desktop PC and a notebook PC. The system clock on each PC must be set correctly since this decides which is the older file and avoids an accidental replacement. 'Appendix B' explains Windows 95 for those with prior experience, It tells what works as in Windows 3.1x. A shortcut icon is a reference to a program. The major difference is longer file names rather than the classic 8.3 format. The crash protection allows shutting down a non-responding program. Windows 95 is designed for multimedia (sound, CD-ROM). ['Word Pad' has fewer functions than 'Windows Write'.] The built-in networking groups computers together ('Appendix C'). You can share access to files or a printer.
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Windows 95 is hard. Figuring out how to live in a world of mice and windows after being so used to my single-app smartphone and tablet, i needed help. I needed this book.

After reading this book though, I learned that the features in Windows 95 are fantastic! Multi-tasking! Right Clicking! Who is the genius that came up with this? While the "PC" devices themselves are a bit on the heavy side, you can't beat the prices on these things!

I am in love!