Next to your keyboard and mouse, this could be your most important accessory. Just keep it next to your keyboard and your mouse and refer to it to capitalize on the terrific capabilities at your fingertips with Windows XP. Windows XP For Dummies Quick Reference Second Edition covers the latest updates to Windows XP, including enhanced security and changes to Internet Explorer. It starts with the basics for true beginners, goes through everyday stuff, and progresses to the Web, accessories, and the control panel. After a quick introduction to the desktop, My Documents, dialogue boxes, and other basic info, youll explore:Customizing your desktopSaving music with Windows Media PlayerBrowsing drives, folders and filesDragging, dropping, cutting, and pastingPlaying music, videos and moviesBrowsing with Internet ExplorerSending and receiving e-mailsUsing Windows AccessoriesWritten by Greg Harvey, author of Excel 2002 For Dummies and more than 50 other computer books, Windows XP For Dummies Quick Reference, 2nd Edition is so clear and concise it turns computer phobes into computer geeks with step-by-step guides to:Using the Home Networking Wizard so two or more home computers can share a single Internet connection and other resourcesCreating slideshows with your graphics filesProducing videos with Windows Movie Maker accessory programDownloading Microsoft Reader free and then downloading eBooks (many are free) and saving them in My LibraryUsing the link to the Photo Printing Wizard to format and print your digital photosUsing Windows Media Player to play audio, video, and animation files youve saved, play Internet radio stations, view trailers for upcoming movies, and play MP3 audio files youve downloadedComplete with a glossary and index, Windows XP For Dummies Quick Reference doesnt delve into the technology and terminology: it sticks to exploring the things Windows XP lets you do and describing how to!