Windows 98 Registry Handbook
||Author: Jerry Honeycutt|
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Publisher: MacMillan Publishing Company (22 December, 1998)
Sales Rank: 25,675
Average Customer Rating: 4.56 out of 5
Customer ReviewsRating: 5 out of 5
i did not get a cd rom with my windows 98 can you please tell me were i can get one or is there a place on the internet were i can download it please reply back to me thank you yvonne
Rating: 4 out of 5
SECOND BEST REFERENCE BOOK ON REGISTRY
This book has the same strengths and weaknesses of all reference books on Windows 98. Each provides useful knowledge but none are able to cover every major procedure, issue, or problem in Windows 98. Perhaps, that is the underlining problem with Windows; too many topics to cover in one book.
I am not fond of Windows95/98/ME but there is nothing on the market that is close to it, unless you decide to join the other eight users of Apple computers.
This book provides good useful information but it does not give enough specific instructions about tweaking the registry. This book finishes a close second to "Win 98 Registry; Little Black Book" which is loaded with that type of information. I use both books and consider both very valuable reference materials.
If you plan to work in the registry, you will need this book.
Rating: 5 out of 5
You won't find a better registry book than this.
This book covers the Windows Registry in superb detail. I recommend it to anyone desiring to understand how Windows uses the Registry. It will teach you how you can use the Registry to tweak the Windows user interface. Editing the Registry is safe as long as you follow the safety guidelines set forth in the early chapters of this book. Don't buy the Dummies book (or any other Dummies book for that matter) unless you are a dummy. The typical power user needs something more technical. This is the book for him.
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