Media praise for Windows 98 in a Nutshell

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"A worthwhile investment."--Major Keary, PC Update, June 2002

"a wealth of how-to information."
--Major Keary, Book News, Sept 2001

"Up until now, my reference book for Windows 98 was the 'Windows 98 Bible' by Alan Simpson. It is over 1100 pages. I believe that 'Windows 98 in a Nutshell' is more concise in its presentation and has become a welcome addition to my bookshelf. I recommend it highly." --Harvey Zimberg, Winnepeg PC Users Group, Feb 2001

"Highly recommended for anyone who wants to get the best out of Windows 98. It has already helped me to resolve a few problems as well as discover many new features. I look forward to the Windows Millienium edition. " --Mike Mallett, Cvu, Feb 2001

"small in size, but contains extensive information about Windows 98..simple to use, well organized, and definitely worth purchasing." --Florence Ignarski, Wind-News, Sept. 2000

"This latest addition to the family of O'Reilly's Nutshell books (an extremely useful set of references for developers, system administrators and users) covers the current version of Microsoft's Windows operating system, Windows 98. Up-to-date enough to cover the latest SE edition, it's a compilation of tips, information and guides to using and working with Windows. As Windows 98 is so poorly documented, this book is the ideal desktop aid for both the beginner and the power user. Windows 98 In A Nutshell is the manual Microsoft left out of the Windows 98 box." --Simon Bisson, amazon.co.uk, November 1999

"Windows 98 in a Nutshell" provides easy access and answers to everydayproblems. It offers comprehensive quick-reference material in easy-to-understand language." --Barbara Koops, Charlotte Bytes, January 2000

"a to-the-point, comprehensive, no-nonsense reference." --Office Systems 99, Dec 1999

"Windows 98 in a Nutshell, a new book by Tim O'Reilly, Troy Mott, and Walter J. Glenn answers nearly every question you could ever have." --Family PC, Feb 2000

"Top Ten Computer Book of 1999" --Computer Paper, Jan 2000

"In a Nutshell: Windows companion guide tells you what manual doesn't... This book is part of an excellent "In a Nutshell" series...an enjoyable read." --Tim Blanngger, Morning Call, Allentown PA, Oct 12, 1999

"...best in their category, especially helpful to newbies." -- Paul Andrews, Seattle Times, Sunday Nov 14, 1999