Description

Quickly learn how to make Windows 95 work for you! Windows 95 Clear & Simple gives you all you need to get started. If you need to learn Windows 95, and want to get the job done quickly and efficiently, try the self-teaching approach of Windows 95 Clear & Simple and you'll see fast results.

Key Features

Easy to follow Jargon free Practical

Readership

Windows 95 users

Table of Contents

Setting Up; Start Here; Help!; Window Control; Exploring Folders; Managing Files; Programs and Files; Disk Housekeeping; The Taskbar; The Control Panel; Printers; Useful Tools; Index

Details

No. of pages:
160
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 1996
Published:
Imprint:
Butterworth-Heinemann
Print ISBN:
9780750698009
Electronic ISBN:
9780080521046

About the author

P K MCBRIDE

Mac's first steps into computing came 19 years ago when he taught himself Basic on a ZX81. He started his first book shortly afterwards, when he realised that (a) programming was fun, and (b) no-one was writing simple books on it. Since then he has programmed in, taught and/or written about 9 varieties of Basic, 3 Pascals, 2 Cs, Assembler, Cobol and Java, 5 spreadsheets, 3 databases, 4 word-processors, and 6 operating systems. He is looking forward to the time when developers stop producing new software and books don't go out of date in a couple of years. Mac can usually be found either in the kitchen or running a taxi service for his family. He lives in Southampton with 4 children, 2 cats and 40 fishes. Web page: homepages.tcp.co.uk/~macbride Mac is the author of the following Made Simple books: The Internet for Windows 95 (Second Edition) The Internet for Windows 3.1 (First Edition) The Internet for Windows 95 (First Edition) The Internet for Windows 98 The Internet (Colour Edition) First Edition the Internet (Colour Edition) Second Edition Office 95 Office 97 Office 2000 Works for Windows 3.1 Works for Windows 95 Windows 3.1 Windows 95 Windows 98 Internet Resources Microsoft Networking Explorer 3.0 Explorer 4.0 Explorer 5.0 Netscape Navigator Searching the Internet Java JavaScript Pascal UNIX Outlook 2000 Sage Accounts HTML 4.0 Mac is also the series advisor/editor. Mac's first steps into computing came 19 years ago when he taught himself Basic on a ZX81. He started his first book shortly afterwards, when he realised that (a) programming was fun, and (b) no-one was writing simple books on it. Since then he has programmed in, taught and/or written about 9 varieties of Basic, 3 Pascals, 2 Cs, Assembler, Cobol and Java, 5 spreadsheets, 3 databases, 4 word-processors, and 6 operating systems. He is looking forward to the time when developers stop producing new software and books don't go out of date in a couple of years. Mac can usually be found either in the kitche

Affiliations and Expertise

Previously a lecturer in Computer Programming, now a full time author, editor and typesetter. Previously a lecturer in Computer Programming, now a full time author, editor and typesetter.