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November 1, 2003
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November 1, 2003
Windows XP Tips
O'Reilly & Associates is the premier information source for leading-edge computer technologies. Windows XP Hacks is the latest in O'Reilly's new Hacks Series which aims to begin reclaiming the term "hacking" for the good guys. Their new Hacks books are written in the spirit of the true hackers -- the people who drive innovation.
Author, Preston Gralla discusses his new Windows XP Hacks which offers tips, tools, and know-how to fine-tune Windows XP. The book delves into XP topics such as controlling the control panel, changing unchangeable icons, removing uninstallable XP components, stopping pop-up ads, taking a bite out of cookies, speeding up file downloads, protecting yourself with firewalls and proxy servers, and more.
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