Publisher description for Windows annoyances / David A. Karp.

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"Windows Annoyances," a comprehensive resource for intermediate to advanced users of Windows 95 and NT 4.0, details step-by-step how to customize your Win95/NT operating system through an extensive collection of tips, tricks, and workarounds.

You'll learn how to customize every aspect of these systems far beyond the intentions of Microsoft. An entire chapter on the Registry explains how to back up, repair, compress, and transfer portions of the Registry for personal customization. Windows 95 users will discover how Plug & Play, the technology that makes Windows 95 so hardware-compatible, can save time and improve the way you interact with your computer. You'll also learn how to benefit from the new 32-bit software and hardware drivers that support such features as improved multitasking and long filenames. You'll find topics ranging from useful keyboard shortcuts to ways you can format floppies faster, more reliably, and with greater capacity.

For those networking in Windows 95/NT, this book covers everything from dialing into the Internet to connecting two computers across a peer-to-peer network.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Microsoft Windows (Computer file)
Microsoft Windows NT.
Operating systems (Computers)