Appendix A. What's on the CD
In This Appendix:
Using the CD with Windows and Mac
What you'll find on the CD
Make sure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements shown in the following list. If your computer doesn't match up to most of these requirements, you may have problems using the software and files on the CD. For the latest and greatest information, please refer to the ReadMe file located at the root of the CD-ROM.
A PC running Microsoft Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT4 (with SP4 or later), Windows Me, Windows XP, or Windows Vista.
A Macintosh running Apple OS X or later.
A PC running a version of Linux with kernel 2.4 or greater.
An Internet connection
A CD-ROM drive
If you need more information on the basics, check out these books published by Wiley Publishing, Inc.: PCs For Dummies, by Dan Gookin; Macs For Dummies, 9th Edition, by Edward C. Baig; iMac For Dummies, 5th Edition, by Mark Chambers; Windows 95 For Dummies, Windows 98 For Dummies, Windows 2000 Professional For Dummies, Microsoft Windows ME Millennium Edition For Dummies, Windows Vista For Dummies, all by Andy Rathbone.
Using the CD
To install the items from the CD to your hard drive, follow these steps.
Insert the CD into your computer's CD-ROM drive. The license agreement appears.
Note to Windows users: The interface won't launch if you have autorun disabled. In that case, click Start
Note for Mac Users: The CD icon will appear on your desktop, double-click ...
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