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Dan Gookin's Naked Windows XP
by Dan Gookin 
(Paperback)

Citrix MetaFrame XP: Advanced Technical Design Guide, Including Feature Release 1
by Brian S. Madden
(Paperback)
 

Mastering Windows Server 2003
Mastering Windows Server 2003
by Mark Minasi, Christa Anderson, Michele Beveridge, C. A. Callahan, Lisa Justice
Hardcover from Sybex
 
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Administrator's Companion
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Administrator's Companion
by Sharon Crawford, Charlie Russel, Jason Gerend
Hardcover from Microsoft Press
 
MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Core Requirements, Exams 70-290, 70-291, 70-293, 70-294
by Dan Holme, Orin Thomas, Zacler. Craig, J.C. MacKin, Ian McLean, Microsoft Corporation
Paperback from Microsoft Press
 
Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out
by Ed Bott, et al 
(Paperback)
 
Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out
Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out
by Ed Bott and Carl Siechert, Carl Siechert
Paperback from Microsoft Press
 
Microsoft Windows XP Professional Resource Kit Second Edition
by The Microsoft Windows Team
Paperback from Microsoft Press
 
Microsoft Windows XP Professional: Exam 70 270 (With CD-ROM)
by Microsoft Corporation
Hardcover from Microsoft Press
 
Programming Windows(r) with C# (Core Reference)
by Charles Petzold 
(Hardcover)

Programming ASP.NET (O'Reilly Windows)
by Jesse Liberty, Dan Hurwitz 
(Paperback)

MCSE: Windows 2000 Core Requirements (2nd Edition)
by Jim Chellis, et al 
(Hardcover)

MCSE Training Kit--Premium Edition: Microsoft(r) Windows(r) 2000 Server (Exam 70-215)
by Microsoft Corporation 
(Paperback)

MCSA Training Kit: Managing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Environment (Exam 70-218)
by Microsoft Corporation (Editor), Microsoft Corporation 
(Hardcover)

MCSA Training Kit: Microsoft Windows 2000 Core Requirements Kit
by Microsoft Corporation (Editor), Microsoft Corporation 
(Paperback)

MCAD/MCSD Self-Paced Training Kit: Developing Windows-Based Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and Microsoft Visual C#(tm) .NET
by Microsoft Corporation (Editor), Microsoft Corporation
Hardcover: 576 pages
Microsoft Press; ISBN: 0735615330; 1 edition (June 26, )

Microsoft Windows XP Professional: Exam 70 270 (With CD-ROM)
(Hardcover)

Mastering Windows 2000 Server (Third Edition)
by Mark Minasi (Editor), et al 
(Hardcover)

Kaplan MCAT Comprehensive Review (Book with CD-ROM for Windows & Macintosh)
by Rochelle Rothstein (Editor) (CD-ROM)

Microsoft(r) Windows(r) 2000 Server Administrator's Companion
by Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford 
(Hardcover)

Programming Windows, The Definitive Guide to the Win32 API
by Charles Petzold 
(Hardcover)

Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Resource Kit
by Microsoft Corporation (Editor), Microsoft Corporation 
(Paperback)

Microsoft Windows XP Professional Resource Kit Documentation
by Microsoft Corporation 
(Paperback)

Mark Minasi's Windows 2000 Resource Kit
by Mark Minasi (Editor) 
(Paperback)
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Windows XP for Dummies(For Dummies)
by Andy Rathbone
Windows XP for Dummies does a good job in its role as the flagship of the Dummies line, providing Windows novices with a guided introduction to Microsoft's latest and most feature-rich operating system for everyday computer users. Its treatment of computer, Windows, and Internet fundamentals is among the best on the market, and author Andy Rathbone has an appealing way of writing that's simultaneously fun and detail-rich. If you're a Windows novice--meaning you don't know how to undelete a file that's been sent to the Recycle Bin, or what a Web browser is, or what it means to "cut and paste" text--you will get a lot out of Rathbone's work.
Some aspects of this book could be better, such as the part of the networking chapter that calls for an Ethernet hub without noting that a switch, though possibly more expensive, would do the job better, without any additional hassle. The networking coverage also does an inadequate job of explaining how to share a cable modem or DSL connection among several computers. This is a serious shortcoming, and we're getting to the point in our evolution as a society of computer users at which we can assume that everyone knows what the "Cancel" button does and would rather read about the newer, more exciting things that Windows XP can do. Even the dummies aren't that dumb anymore. 

But that said--and Rathbone does confine a lot of the really elementary stuff to a skinny introductory chapter--this book is a boon to people who aren't familiar with Windows XP or its immediate predecessors (including Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows Me). It's also great for people who have learned a little about Windows on the job or from their kids, and want to expand on what they know. --David Wall - Amazon.com
(Paperback)

Programming Windows With MFC
by Jeff Prosise 
(Hardcover)
 

Windows XP Home Edition: The Missing Manual (O'Reilly Windows)
by David Pogue
Book Description: Windows XP is the latest, most reliable, and best-looking version of the world's most widely used operating system. The new Windows combines the same stress-tested, extremely stable engine that drives Windows 2000-Microsoft's corporate operating system-with the far superior compatibility of Windows Me. Windows XP offers dozens of important new features. In addition to the vastly more elegant user interface, it offers drag-and-drop CD burning, powerful built-in features for viewing and...
(Paperback -- May 6, )

Microsoft Windows XP Professional Administrator's Pocket Consultant
by William R. Stanek 
(Paperback)
 
 
 



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