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How to Do Everything with Windows XP Home Networking (How to Do Everything)
376 pages | McGraw-Hill Osborne Media; 1 edition (October 27, 2004) | ISBN-10: 0072258098 | PDF | 15 Mb
Network the computers and peripheral devices in your home or small office easily with help from this hands-on guide. How to Do Everything with Windows XP Home Networking explains, step-by-step, how to select the best components for your needs, set up a wired or wireless network, share an Internet connection, printer, and other resources, secure your network, and fight spam, viruses, and other potential threats. Get the book that makes it easy to design your own home network.
-Plan your network and determine the hardware and software requirements
-Install and configure a wired or wireless network
-Connect your network to the Internet
-Secure your network and prevent hacking, identity theft, and other attacks
-Share printers, drives, files, and other resources
-Set up an effective anti-virus solution
-Combat annoying spam, spyware, adware, and phishing scams
-Chat and send instant messages safely
-Purchase items online securely
About the authors: Dave Field is a systems engineer who manages all information systems at Camp Snoopy in the Mall of America in Minneapolis, MN. He is the author of several computer books, including MCSA Managing a Windows 2000 Network Environment Instructor’s Manual from McGraw-Hill/Osborne. Andrew Brandt is an editor for PC World magazine where he writes the Privacy Watch column as well as various articles on networking, security, and gaming.
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