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Olga Kokoreva, Windows XP Registry: A Complete Guide to Customizing and Optimizing Windows XP (Repost)

Olga Kokoreva, Windows XP Registry: A Complete Guide to Customizing and Optimizing Windows XP
ISBN: 193176901X | edition 2002 | CHM | 534 pages | 28 mb

Targeting IT professionals, system administrators, and experienced users moving to the Windows XP platform, this book enables the user to master registry concepts and architecture, provides a historical overview of the registry, and outlines the differences between Windows 9x/ME and Windows NT/2000/XP registries. Special attention is drawn to the enhancements in registry architecture introduced with Windows XP, such as faster queries and removal of the registry size limitation.

Robbie Allen, " Windows XP Cookbook" (Repost)  

Posted by lenami at Sept. 9, 2012
Robbie Allen, " Windows XP Cookbook" (Repost)

Robbie Allen, " Windows XP Cookbook"
ISBN: 0596007256 | edition 2005 | CHM | 678 pages | 4 mb

Each year, Windows XP is pre-installed on 30 million PCs sold in the U.S.–and 90 million worldwide–making it the world's most popular operating system, and proving to frustrated users everywhere that preponderance does not equate to ease of use. There are literally thousands of programs, tools, commands, screens, scripts, buttons, tabs, applets, menus, and settings contained within Windows XP. And it has only been in the last couple of years that Microsoft's documentation has actually been more of a help than a hindrance. But it still isn't enough.
Lisa Donald, «MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Fast Pass» (Repost)

Lisa Donald, «MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Fast Pass»
ISBN: 0782143628 | edition 2004 | PDF | 316 pages | 12,6 mb

For all MCSA and MCSE exam candidates who strive to prepare fully for the core exam–Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional (70-270)–Sybex offers this perfect companion to its best-selling Study Guide. This concise review book uses objective-by-objective coverage of the material to help reinforce understanding of key topics. Its to-the-point approach is perfect for last-minute review.

MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Fast Pass [repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by karapuzik at Nov. 25, 2010
MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Fast Pass [repost]

MCSA/MCSE: Windows XP Professional Fast Pass
296 pages | Sybex (October 12, 2004) | 0782143628 | PDF | 3 mb

For all MCSA and MCSE exam candidates who strive to prepare fully for the core exam–Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional (70-270)–Sybex offers this perfect companion to its best-selling Study Guide. This concise review book uses objective-by-objective coverage of the material to help reinforce understanding of key topics. Its to-the-point approach is perfect for last-minute review. The companion CD includes two bonus exams, electronic flashcards, and a searchable key term database.
Platinum Edition Using Microsoft Windows XP  (Repost)

Platinum Edition Using Microsoft Windows XP
Publisher: Que | ISBN: 0789727900 | edition 2003 | CHM | 1440 pages | 20,5 mb

While most Windows books concentrate on a ground floor approach, Platinum Edition Using Microsoft Windows XP takes an entirely different approach - one that assumes the reader is a bona fide Windows black belt who wants or needs to manage multiple users in a networked environment, turbocharge a Windows installation with registry tweaks or stop hackers in their tracks. This book doesn't waste time telling the reader how to simply live with Windows - it tells the user how to squeeze every last drop of performance from it.

How To Dual Boot Mac OS and Windows XP on The Same PC Box  Video

Posted by b1u3eyes at Aug. 12, 2009
How To Dual Boot Mac OS and Windows XP on The Same PC Box

How To Dual Boot Mac OS and Windows XP on The Same PC Box
14mn42s | DivX | 1024x768 | 256kbps | Audio: None | 362.25 MB
Genre: Elearning

If you were lucky enough to get your hands on the Jas Mac OS 10.4.7 Intel/AMD Install DVD, and you want to learn how to dual-boot Windows XP & Mac OS X, then you're in the right place. I included a step-by-step tutorial video, based on the "[HowTo] XP + OSX 10.4.4-10.4.7 native dual boot" guide by dilnalomo.

Windows XP Cookbook  

Posted by Alexpal at July 4, 2009
Windows XP Cookbook

Windows XP Cookbook
O'Reilly Media; 1 edition | ISBN: 0596007256 | 653 pages | August 8, 2005 | CHM | 4 Mb

Each year, Windows XP is pre-installed on 30 million PCs sold in the U.S.–and 90 million worldwide–making it the world's most popular operating system, and proving to frustrated users everywhere that preponderance does not equate to ease of use. There are literally thousands of programs, tools, commands, screens, scripts, buttons, tabs, applets, menus, and settings contained within Windows XP. And it has only been in the last couple of years that Microsoft's documentation has actually been more of a help than a hindrance. But it still isn't enough.

VTC - Windows XP Administration  

Posted by videomaster at May 30, 2009
VTC - Windows XP Administration

VTC - Windows XP Administration
74 MB | RapidShare, Megaupload

Lynda.com - Windows XP  

Posted by videomaster at May 22, 2009
Lynda.com - Windows XP

Lynda.com - Windows XP
400 MB | Rapidshare & Megaupload

Windows XP Unwired by Wei-Meng Lee  

Posted by Alexpal at May 12, 2009
Windows XP Unwired by Wei-Meng Lee

Windows XP Unwired by Wei-Meng Lee
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc. | Number Of Pages: 284 | Publication Date: 2003-08-26 | ISBN-10: 0596005369 | CHM | 5 Mb

From the growing number of Wi-Fi hotspots to the escalating sales of laptops and other portable wireless-enabled devices, it's clear that wireless technology is here and poised to play an increasingly important role in all our lives. Going wireless is a little like taking the training wheels off your first bike–once you taste the freedom, you don't want to go back to what you had before. Moreover, dramatic improvements in wireless technology in the last few years coupled with the growing affordability of wireless equipment make going wireless all the more attractive. And if you're a Windows XP user, it's even better. Windows XP contains many built-in supports for wireless computing, making it an ideal platform for going mobile. In Windows XP Unwired, you'll learn the basics of wireless computing, from the reasons why you'd want to go wireless in the first place, to setting up your wireless network or accessing wireless services on the road. The book provides a complete introduction to all the wireless technologies supported by Windows XP, including Wi-Fi (802.11b, a, and g), infrared, Bluetooth, CDMA2000, and GPRS. You'll learn how to set up your first wireless network using popular products from Linksys and D-Link. You'll also get a good understanding of the limitations and liabilities of each wireless technology.