Windows 95 for Dummies, 2nd Edition
Table of Contents
PART I: Bare-Bones Windows 95 Stuff (Start Here).
Chapter 1: What Is Windows 95?
Chapter 2: Ignore This Chapter on Computer Parts (Because You'll Probably Come Back to It Later).
Chapter 3: Out of the Box and onto the Hard Drive (Installation Chores).
Chapter 4: Windows 95 Stuff Everybody Thinks You Already Know.
PART II: Making Windows 95 Do Something.
Chapter 5: Starting Windows 95.
Chapter 6: Field Guide to Windows 95 Buttons, Bars, Boxes, Folders, and Files.
Chapter 7: Moving the Windows Around.
Chapter 8: I Can't Find It!
Chapter 9: That "Cut and Paste" Stuff (Moving Around Words, Pictures, and Sounds).
Chapter 10: Customizing Windows 95 (Fiddling with the Control Panel).
PART III: Using Windows 95 Applications (And Running DOS, Should the Mood Strike).
Chapter 11: The Windows 95 Desktop, Start Button, and Taskbar.
Chapter 12: Those Scary Windows Explorer and My Computer Programs.
Chapter 13: The Free Programs!
Chapter 14: Uh, How Do I Run My Old DOS Programs?
Chapter 15: Cruising the World Wide Web.
PART IV: Been There, Done That: Quick References for Moving to Windows 95.
Chapter 16: Make Windows 95 Work Like My Old Windows!
Chapter 17: Just Tell Me the Easy Way!
PART V: Help!
Chapter 18: The Case of the Broken Window.
Chapter 19: Error Messages (What You Did Does Not Compute).
Chapter 20: Help on the Windows 95 Help System.
PART VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 21: Ten New Windows 95 Features Worth Checking Out.
Chapter 22: Ten Aggravating Things about Windows 95 (And How to Fix Them).
Chapter 23: Ten Expensive Things You Can Do to Make Windows 95 Better.
Chapter 24: Ten Atrocious Acronyms.
Chapter 25: Ten Windows 95 Icons and What They Do.
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