From installation hand-holding to specific OS/2 tips for running your faithful old DOS and Windows programs, this book makes the reader's OS/2 experience as painless as possible. Included are sections on fixing OS/2 when bad things happen and how to use all that "object" stuff.
A wealth of information written in plain English on how to install OS/2 and get to work with a minimum of fuss. From installation hand-holding to specific OS/2 tips for running your faithful old DOS and Windows programs, this book will make your OS/2 experience as painless as possible. 'OS/2 "X' For Dummies' is a friendly reference for the OS/2 user. It featuresa: the plunge-in way to install, letting OS/2's power revitalise your computer; how to use all of that object stuff; the cautious way to install so that you can still keep DOS around; fixing OS/2 when bad things happen; easy ways to make your DOS and Windows programs work under OS/2; using OS/2's free applications - Icon Editor, OS/2 System Editor and Pulse. Andy Rathbone his written or co-written six computer books, including the bestselling "PCs For Dummies", "Upgrading & Fixing PCs For Dummies", "Windows For Dummies" and "Multimedia & CD-ROMs For Dummies". He contributes regularly to "CompuServe" magazine.
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