|No matter how
complete an article you've found on the internet might be,
sometimes there's nothing better than a good book to help you
get thoroughly familiar with a new product or program that
Tablet PCs are no
exception. This is a whole new way of computing, and many
find that having a quick reference always available is one of
the best investments they've made.
More and more authors are contributing their
skills to helping Tablet PC users find the book that fits them
From a simple reference about Tablet PCs in
general, to those that give lots of details in Tablet PC how-to's,
to complete tomes on how to run a particular program, it's
more than likely that there's a book that will enhance your
enjoyment of your Tablet PC.
Considering the price of computers, a book
that will help you use your Tablet PC or any other computer to
its best potential is a small price to pay for the usefulness
you'll likely gain.
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Released! Windows Vista Unveiled - the perfect companion for those who are
planning on installing Microsoft's Windows Vista Beta 2 Release.
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the hype–new and noteworthy and what Vista really
means for tomorrow’s desktop.
Beta 2 release of Windows® Vista
unvarnished sneak peek at everything that’s new,
noteworthy, and ready for prime time in Windows
Windows Vista Unveiled is
an in-depth exploration of the public release Beta 2
version of Windows Vista, Microsoft’s next major
operating system and the successor to Windows XP.
Whether you’re just planning ahead for a future
upgrade or running Beta 2 already, Microsoft Windows
Vista Unveiled takes you on a detailed tour of all
the new and improved technologies, features, tools,
and programs that Microsoft programmers have
stitched into the Vista fabric. You will learn not
only what features are new in Vista, but also why
they’re important (or not), who they were designed
for, and how they will affect your computing life.
The goal of this book is to give you an exhaustive
sneak preview of Vista’s innovations and changes so
that by the end of the book you should know whether
Vista is for you and what you can expect when you
sit down in front of this new operating system.
you’ll find inside…
- In-depth coverage of all the
new and improved Windows Vista tools and
- A tour of the new Windows
Vista interface, including Aero Glass
- What hardware you need to get
the most out of Windows Vista
- Vista’s file system
improvements, including tags, Quick Search, and
- A review of Vista’s new
performance and stability features
- A critical look at the
beefed-up security features, including Windows
Defender, the new Firewall, and User Account
- A complete look at Vista’s
totally redesigned networking tools
- In-depth coverage of Vista’s
new and improved tools for notebooks and Tablet
PCs, digital media, and gaming
is the president of Logophilia Limited, a technical
writing company. He has been working with computers
for more than 30 years, has been using Microsoft
Windows since version 1, and is widely viewed as an
expert in explaining Windows and Windows technology.
Paul has written more than 40 books that have sold
nearly three million copies worldwide, including
Microsoft Windows Vista Unleashed, available January
Seize the Work Day: Using the Tablet PC to Take Total Control of Your Work and
Meeting Day by Michael Linenberger (Author)
This book answers the question "Can the Tablet PC really benefit
my work?" with a resounding "YES!" Using the recommendations in this book, you
will use the Tablet PC to boost your work productivity, get your tasks
organized, and get ahead of the work day. In this book I take you through my
strategies and recommended application usage with major work management
activities in mind. I take a very personal approach to helping you succeed with
this new technology. Try out this book, it will change the way you work.
How To Do Everything with Your Tablet PC by Bill Mann
Explore the capabilities and benefits of your Tablet PC
hardware and software with help from this easy-to-understand guide. Get a
thorough run-through of your new device, as well as the Windows XP Tablet PC
Edition operating system that runs on it. Once you've become familiar with the
hardware and software features, follow helpful chapters that reveal step-by-step
how to configure your device, connect with the Internet, run on a network, and
even go wireless. You'll put your Tablet PC to work using accessories, running
multimedia applications, playing games, writing with Ink, and much more.
Building Tablet PC Applications by
Rob Jarrett (Author), Philip Su
Many pen-based software platforms have been introduced in
the last decade, but only recently has the introduction of faster processors and
hardware enabled mainstream introduction of tablet-sized pen-based PCs. This
book tackles the challenge of writing compelling Tablet PC software on two
fronts. First, it distills decades of usability research into pen-based
computing to present an authoritative discussion of the optimal design of
pen-based user interfaces. Second, it provides an in-depth exposition of the
Tablet PC Ink SDK, complete with tips and tricks on how developers can produce
the most powerful and natural "ink-aware" applications.
Tablet PCs for Dummies by Nancy
Take notes on the go, access
ebooks, and more
Discover digital sticky notes, talk to your PC, and tap your way to
Is that Tablet PC you just bought, or are planning to buy, a great tool
or just a cool toy? This book tells all! Get the scoop on different
types and models, discover Tablet PC’s unique built-in software, and
find out all the terrific things Tablet PC can do – plus how to make it
The new Tablet PC combines the latest
incarnation of previous notebook computing technologies (i.e.,
digital ink and voice commands) with the power and reliability of
Windows® XP, possibly making it the most versatile PC ever.
Developing Tablet PC Applications teaches programmers how to create
applications for this exciting new platform using the SDK developed
for it. It begins by explaining how to install and use the SDK, and
then delves into the creation of several specific applications, such
as a drawing program, an MP3 player, and a signature recognition
program. It also covers game-related topics.
Tablet PC Quick Reference by Jeff van West
In a meeting, in the hallway, or on the run--achieve
ultimate mobility with the TABLET PC QUICK REFERENCE. This expert guide
shows how to get up and running faster with the Tablet's digital pen,
Input Panel, Windows® Journal, speech recognition, and more.
Since this site was done with Front Page,
I highly recommend
Microsoft FrontPage 2003 Savvy by
Christan Crumlish, Kate J. Chase
FrontPage "X" Savvy gives you comprehensive coverage
of Microsoft's newest web site creation and management program, in a
visually appealing package at a reasonable price. Learn how to plan and
create information-packed, commercial-quality web sites by following
hands-on tutorials. Examine the full-color insert to observe the
techniques used to create impressive websites. Prepare yourself to solve
technical challenges by reading the extensive troubleshooting sections.
These are some of the other many books
I've found very valuable during different phases of my computer
experiences. Hopefully, you may find some beneficial as well.
Mind Manager for Dummies
Hugh Cameron (Author),
Roger Voight (Author)
Picture your best ideas mapped out for action!
Make meetings more productive, hook up with resources, and present
Have no fear -- MindManager isn’t going to get inside your head and take
control! But with this guide to help, it will take all those terrific
ideas your team tosses out and turn them into plans you can really act
upon. It’ll help you locate resources, build presentations, and look
like a wizard to your boss.
Speaking of Mind
Manager, this is the story
of the founders of Mind Manager. This book is a wonderful read.
It's uplifting and will leave you feeliing as though you've made some
Your purchase supports patients,
families, medical teams and researchers in the fight against leukemia. A
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The Cancer Code
By Mike and Bettina Jetter
with Hobart Swan
How a journey through leukemia led
to software that changed the way how people work. This is the story of
Mike who stared death in the face, won and in that process created a
revolutionary software product--MindManager. This is also the story of
Bettina, who shared each and every moment of her husband's agony,
frustration and depression and together built a software
company--Mindjet. It shows how a supportive family and caring friends
can make a difference in a person's fight for survival. Mike and Bettina
transform their lives—as the battle against chronic myeloid leukemia
takes them down a path they would have otherwise never dared travel.
PC Disaster and Recovery by Kate Chase
Odds are that at some point your PC will freeze-up,
your hard disk will die or lightening will zap the power out just as
you're polishing up the last chapter of your novel ... will you know
what to do? Learn how to prevent disasters, get your system back to
normal operation and recover lost data with PC Disaster and Recovery.
With her easy-to-follow, casual style, author Kate Chase shows you how
to limit your risk of damage and disruption, how to restart a problem
PC, what to do when upgrades go wrong, how to troubleshoot system
freezes and crashes, how to recover lost data, and how to resurrect a
dead hard drive. You'll also learn how to detect and diagnose symptoms
before a disaster occurs, and how to overcome hardware failures.
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Administrator's Companion
by Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford & Jason Gerend
This comprehensive administrator’s reference details
operating system features and capabilities and provides easy-to-follow
procedures, practical workarounds, and key troubleshooting tactics for
on-the-job results with the Windows® Server 2003 family.
Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003: Administrator's Companion
by Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford & Jason Gerend
This administrator’s reference delivers the details
you need to successfully deploy, manage, and support Microsoft Windows
Small Business Server 2003. The authors, experts in Microsoft operating
systems and server technologies, provide easy-to-follow procedures,
practical workarounds, and key troubleshooting tactics for everyday,
on-the-job results. Delve into system features and capabilities—and get
hands-on insights for implementing messaging and collaboration, Internet
access, data storage, printing, faxing, support for line-of-business
applications, and end-to-end network administration for your small
business. This book covers all Small Business Server 2003 components,
including Microsoft Windows Server™ 2003,Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
technology, Microsoft Office Outlook® 2003, and Windows® SharePoint™
technologies, in a single volume—along with time-saving tools and
scripts for performing security assessments and penetration testing,
plus a complete eBook, on CD-ROM.
PC Hardware and A+ Handbook (Pro - Admin. PC)
by Kate Chase
Cut straight to the must-know information, real-world
techniques, and industry-savvy advice you need about upgrading,
troubleshooting, and maintaining your PC—and even prepare for the
CompTIA A+ certification exam! This expertly organized, ultra-practical
guide delivers essential details on PC components—from core hardware to
operating systems—how they work together, and how to buy, install,
troubleshoot, and repair them.
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