Introduction to Operating Systems and Networks
Introducing basic networking concepts as well as providing an introduction to Windows 2000/XP Professional, this book provides a solid foundation for all beginning users. Readers will gain a fundamental knowledge of operating systems as well as understand the client/server relationship in a local area network environment--crucial to anyone working in Information Technologies. Operating Systems Concepts covers the use of Windows 2000/XP Professional, as well as demystifies many aspects ofusing a personal computer. The second half of the book describes local area networks and the client/server relationship. For anyone wishing to enter the field of Information Technology, including Internet/multimedia, programming,and networking.
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