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Title:
More Windows 98 Secrets
Author:
Brian Livinston&Davis Straub
ISBN:
0 7645 3360 6
Publisher:
IDG
Pages:
781pp+CD
Price:
£33-99
Reviewer:
Francis Glassborow
Subject:
MS Windows
Appeared in:
12-1
Do you use Windows 98? If so, do you just use it as it comes? Or are you the kind of user who likes to tinker? Perhaps you just want to ensure that it is more secure and have a fighting chance of recovering when things go wrong. Some people have the time to dig away into the documentation and thoroughly learn everything there is to know, most of us do not have the time for that. This book supplements 'Windows 98 Secrets' with further discoveries made by the authors together with the changes that are introduced in Windows 98 Second Edition. If you want to know a bit more this is a book worth having to hand for whenever an idle moment gives you time to do a little browsing.